Articles tagged Maranello Concessionaires Ltd

Page 48 of April 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, April 1997

The Maranello concessions racing team

At the 1958 London Motor Show newly crowned world champion driver Mike Hawthorn tried to launch his Tourist Trophy Garage business in Farnham, Surey, as Ferrari's UK importer, selling two cars, one a heather-grey 250GT to Tommy Sopwith. Both Sopwith and his friend, Colonel RJ 'Ronnie' Hoare, ran Ford main dealerships and both used Mercedes-Benz 300SLs. The Colonel's roadster was a horror and...

Page 50 of July 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, July 1986

Four Ferraris

An opportunity arose in May to drive four of the latest Ferrais, when Maranello Concessionaires Ltd made these available to journalists arid gave them lunch at the celebrated Le Manoir aux Quer Saisons, off the end of the M40 near Oxford - although true enthusiasts would be prepared to take a packet of sandwiches, or forego lunch altogether, to get behind the wheel of the 328GTB, Mondial 412 and...

Page 89 of August 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 89, August 1994

Test of time – Ferrari 308 GT4

We take an original test report and leave you to judge if the assessment was correct. THE FERRARI DINO 308 GT4, introduced last Autumn is more than a big brother to the familiar, beautiful little 246 GT. It is an entirely new car, the few things in common being restricted to the steering wheel and alloy road wheels and it is particularly significant in Ferrari folklore in being the first...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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