The life and times of Enzo Ferrari are subjects about which much has been written and said in more than 50 years of motor racing history. Yet the Ferrari that emerges from this book is, indeed, another: a kind of unpublished Ferrari. Telling the story in a series of interviews conducted by the author are 20 people, whose lives were touched by the great car constructor in one way or another: Maria Teresa De Filippis, Gino Munaron, Luigi Valenzano, Edoardo Lualdi, Mauro Forghieri, Franco Gozzi, Nino Vaccarella, Andrea De Adamich, Jonathan Williams, Arturo Merzario, Niki Lauda, Clay Regazzoni, Fiamma Breschi, Joann Villeneuve, Riccardo Patrese, Jacky Ickx, Ernesto Brambilla, Marcello Sabbatini, Bruno Giacomelli and Giulio Borsari. Each one of them reconstructs his or her own Ferrari, offering the reader a new image - not without its contradictions - in an intense account that almost becomes a novel in its own right. Each interview is also illustrated with rare archive pictures.