Beautiful, fast and capable, Ferrari’s cars have always had a spot at the top of the automotive food chain. They command high prices, handle brilliantly and create a sense of occasion every time you get in one. Unsurprisingly, in the early 60’s Ford decided that buying Ferrari would help to build sports cars and improve their image. However, Ford was denied the acquisition of Ferrari in 1963. Furious with the outcome of the negotiations, Henry Ford II vowed to beat Enzo Ferrari at his own game. Read More