Auto Racing: Another for the Monster

The proudest marque in auto racing is the rearing black stallion insignia on the hood of an Italian Ferrari. "Racing amuses me," says Enzo Ferrari, 65, a brooding, irascible genius whose rivals call him "the Monster of Maranello." At his plant near Modena, he turns out some 750 marvelously hand-crafted sports cars each year, the cheapest of which sells for $8,800. And when he puts them on the track, the customers are properly impressed. Last year, a Ferrari won the twelve-hour Grand Prix of Endurance at Sebring, Fla. A Ferrari won Sicily's...

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