To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the company, the Ferrari Yearbook 2022 gets a special look. For the first time since Enzo Ferrari published his first Yearbook in 1949 – a tribute to the racing season and the cars produced in Maranello – four versions will be available this year.
Four in fact are the celebratory covers, dedicated to the different souls of the Cavallino: from the Purosangue, new entry in the GT range, to the F1-75 single-seater that ended the F1 World Championship in second place, both among the drivers with Leclerc, and among the Constructors.
And then there is the 499P, the hypercar that will debut in 2023 in the World Prototype Championship, and the latest fashion collection shown on the Milan Fashion Week catwalk.
The Ferrari Yearbook 2022 is a compendium of the sporting and company events of 2022. In addition to the icons represented on the four hard covers, its pages retrace the great moments in Ferrari’s history, with a photo gallery of the protagonists in Maranello, a never-before-seen interview with CEO Benedetto Vigna and a sequence of special events dedicated to customers.
It is an invitation to explore the Ferrari universe in all its expressions, from the various editions of the Cavalcade to the Targa Florio and Mille Miglia Tributes, with the 296 GTS on the roads of Friuli Venezia Giulia, the 296 GT3 on the Barcelona track and the success of the 488 GTE in the FIA WEC LMGTE Pro class.
With the young drivers of the Ferrari Driver Academy and those of the Esports Championships up to the big party that closed the Challenge and GT Sporting Activities season, the Finali Mondiali at Imola.