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It’s hard to believe that this is our seventh Greatest Hits special edition but the first time we’ve devoted one to the world’s most famous marque, Ferrari. But we reckon it’s worth the wait.
Our new Ferrari Greatest Hits, on sale now, brings you almost 200 thick, glossy pages chronologically charting the history of this celebrated manufacturer, compiled from the last decade of Classic & Sports Car magazine.
It’s a mouth-watering prospect – not to mention a super stocking filler! Read on as we whet your appetite with a few highlights and share how you can get your hands on our latest special.
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Martin Buckley is on hand to chart the birth of the legend and shine a light on a pair of sometimes overlooked classic Ferraris – turn to page eight to start reading.
An evocative name but an under-appreciated model?
At least the gorgeous 250GT Lusso has never failed to charm aesthetically and from page 66 of C&SC’s Ferrari Greatest Hits James Page gets behind the wheel to reveal why this charismatic model is a wonderfully seductive grand tourer.
Our Ferrari Greatest Hits preview had to include a racer, and this 512 from page 140 is a pretty special one.
Taking it on track, Marc Sonnery experiences the Ferrari built to take on the Porsche 917 and benefits from Derek Bell’s insight on this spectacular V12 from a legendary era of sports-car racing.
The car so good it justified the greatest name of all.
Alastair Clements drives this dream machine, the racer with no series to compete in that became Ferrari’s fastest road car. With bags of presence and a sonorous V8, don’t miss it from page 160.
We couldn’t fail to include this, could we?
Reminding us why the F40 remains the most exciting car to crack 200mph, James Page explores the timeless appeal and aggressively striking styling of one of the ultimate supercars.
How to buy our Ferrari Greatest Hits
If you’re in the UK, you can buy your copy of C&SC’s Ferrari Greatest Hits in selected newsagents and supermarkets for £10. Alternatively, click here to get it online and delivered direct to your door.
For readers living in America and Canada, you can buy your copy at one of 640 Barnes & Noble stores in North America for $17.99 (US dollars) or C$21.99 (Canadian dollars).
And that’s not all! US residents can get one sent direct to their door, still for $17.99 plus shipping, by calling 954-579-5280. But, please note, North American supply is limited – buy yours now to avoid disappointment!
In Australia, meanwhile, you can buy it for Aus$17.99.
And don’t forget, this is the seventh volume in our Greatest Hits series, following our Jaguar, Porsche, Aston Martin, American Classics, Mercedes-Benz and supercar specials, all of which are also still available. We hope you enjoy reading!