A special exhibition to mark the 70th anniversary of Ferrari opens at the Design Museum in London on Wednesday, November 15.
Ferrari: Under the Skin promises a unique insight into the world of the Italian supercar and its illustrious founder, Enzo Ferrari.
The exhibition has been two years in the making and features early models, famous cars and personal artefacts.
A host of star cars in famous Ferrari line-up
Staged in collaboration with the company’s headquarters in Maranello, cars featured at the exhibition will include:
- The 166MM (1950)
- The Tipo 500 Grand Prix in which Alberto Ascari won the world championship in 1952 and 1953
- The 250 GT SWB which Sir Stirling Moss drove to victory at Goodwood in 1960
- Michael Schumacher’s F1 2000
- A 250 GT Sperimentale (1961)
- 275 GTB/4 (1973)
- 365 GTB/4 (1973)
- Testarossa Spyder (1986)
- F40 (1988), and
- LaFerrari (2015).
Driving licence owned by Enzo Ferrari among memorabilia
Memorabilia will include Enzo Ferrari’s driving licence, racing helmets worn by Ascari, Mike Hawthorn, Gilles Villeneuve and Schumacher, documents signed by Miles Davis and Steve McQueen and original drawings of the 250 GTC and Superamerica Coupe Speciale.
Ferrari: Under the Skin opens at The Design Museum, Kensington High Street, London, W8 6AG, on November 15 and runs until April 15, 2018.
Tickets cost £18 for adults, £13.50 for students, £9 for children aged 6-15, and children under 6 go free.
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