Driving a Ferrari is akin to guarding a revered automotive privilege that has been passed down to those who are capable of guarding its turbo charged, high speed and full throttle essence.
The legend that surrounds its very creation is as mysterious as it is unique; for unlike other automotive makers, the creation of the Ferrari brand was attributed to one legendary figure: often known as the man who invented the term ‘fast’.
Enzo Anselmo Ferrari, an Italian motor racing driver and entrepreneur, founded of the Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team, and subsequently the multinational Ferrari vehicle brand itself.
Enzi created the company in 1929 and since then, he specialised in creating the best luxury sports cars in the world that would often surpassed the powers of the vehicles at that time.
He created supercars and concept cars for fun, in the process, really putting the world’s best drivers to the test, as Ferrari models would have an amazing design and come with high speeds. Ferrari also made quite a name in driving competitions, especially in Formula 1, where it has been very much at the forefront for decades.
It can be argued, Ferrari is the sole reason why we have such fast and luxurious automotive cars on the road.
From the silver screen to the theatre, red Ferrari models in particular have been in high demand since the 80’s with many a Hollywood star driving the famed vehicles with their engines purring – showcasing true turbo charged couture.