Can you imagine driving a 1935 Alfa Romeo 208 mph on a public highway? Or how about a limited edition Maserati that was once owned by Evita Peron? These are just two of the remarkable cars on display at the stunning new Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy, which opened on March 10. The museum is adjacent to the boyhood home and workshop of Enzo Ferrari, the legendary driver and founder of Ferrari, and is located in a striking, bonnet shaped building that took 8 years and more than $20 million to build.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT. Photos courtesy San Marino Motor Classic. Alfa Romeo has been building sports cars in Italy since 1910, and has been active in racing them (on and off) since 1911. While Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Masera... Read Post
Just in case you needed added incentive to visit Modena in Northern Italy, here it is: a museum dedicated to the life of Enzo Ferrari will be opening there in March. Unlike the Ferrari Museum in nearby Maranello, the Enzo Ferrari mu... Read Post