• Jun 8th 2007 at 4:58PM
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To help celebrate Ferrari's 60th birthday this year, the lads at Top Gear decided to give the Maranello firm's fans a present. The July edition of Top Gear magazine is one of those multiple cover offerings that will have some collectors gobbling up every different version. And this being the 60th anniversary of Enzo's company, there are 60 different covers in all. To help save you a few quid, Top Gear has thoughtfully scanned each cover and presented them in an online gallery for all to see freely. The covers depict some of the more iconic cars and racing moments, as well as some of the legendary characters associated with this Italian marque.

Click through to see the whole gallery. You'll find pics of Enzo himself; racers including Fangio, Shumacher, Phil Hill, Ascari, Lauda and Villeneuve; celebrity owners like Peter Sellers and Sammy Davis, Jr.; and of course there are the cars, as well. Classic images of GPs, in addition to Targa Floria and Goodwood action, bring back memories of Ferrari's racing prowess. Stills of road and race cars make up the remainder of the collection. Everything from a 1948 166 Mille Miglia to the FXX is included. And lest you feel disappointed with the tiny images offered for free on their website, the entire assortment is available in hard copy form. We can't think of more poster-worthy material. If you're a tifosi at heart, make sure you check it out. But you better act quick, the posters are only going to be available for one month.

[Source: Top Gear]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      G'day from Australia,

      Now that's a real ``red alert'' story if ever I saw one - in every sense of the word!

      As a career journalist in newspapers and magazines, I can grasp the huge logistical implications of their cover plan.

      Those sort of production runs are not done on a whim.

      Cheers, mate

      David McMahon
      • 8 Years Ago
      Unimaginative. Same front end view, different Ferrari. Yawn. Much better is Car Magazine's cover, though less "collectible", comprised of three great Ferraris of different eras.

      I supposed Top Gear's art director was hard pressed to crank out 60 different covers, so he/she chose one size fits all.
      • 8 Years Ago
      People collect magazines? .. Really?