Ferrari Museum in Italy
Approximately in the middle of the road from Pisa to Venice there is a small town Maranello. It is hereFerrari Museum, as well as the plant of the famous Italian companyon the production of sports cars. The official name of the museum isGalleria ferrari, just so you need to look for it in the navigators.
The Ferrari Museum is open every day. It is not necessary to buy tickets in advance, there are very few people there, even on weekends. Museum is actually small, but interesting. And Ferrari is also a variety of local grapes :).
Ride on this beauty is 60 euros, but again, not driving.
On these beauties, it’s worth taking a hundred Euros:
The museum begins with an exhibition of ancient fireballs:
On all (!) Exhibits large plates "Do not touch!":
It looked like the office of Enzo Ferrari (February 18, 1898 - August 14, 1988) - Italian designer, entrepreneur and race car driver. Founder of the automobile company "Ferrari" and the auto racing team of the same name:
The museum exhibits engines that have been used in sports cars for the past 10 years:
The wheel of the Michael Schumacher car after the 2003 Japan Grand Prix:
Cubicle formula team.From here comes the whole management. It is brought to each race and put on the track:
Ferrari Formula 1 car engines:
Ferrari 166 Inter- the first gran tourism of production Ferrari. For the first time the car debuted at the Paris Motor Show on October 6, 1949:
Ferrari 275.Produced in 1964-1967:
Legendary sports carFerrari f40:
Brand new supercarFerrari 458 Italia, presented in 2009 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The model year of this coupe is declared as 2011, production and sales started in 2010. As of early September 2010, about 1,200 copies were sold:
LegendaryFerrari enzo- Double sports car, produced by the Italian car company Ferrari from 2002 to 2005. This model was built in honor of the founder of the legendary company Ferrari - Enzo Ferrari:
Only 399 such cars were produced from 2002 to 2005. 660 horses. The maximum speed of 355 km / h:
For each customer, the driver's seats were made individually:
Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano- rear wheel drive sports car. He became the new flagship model of Ferrari and was presented at the Geneva Motor Show on February 28, 2006. Acceleration to 200 km / h takes 11 seconds. The maximum speed of about 330 km / h.