Enzo Ferrari raced for Fiat and Alfa Romeo before forming his own racing team in 1932. The first Ferrari-created car was based on a Fiat chassis, but after the war he had created his own cars, featuring tiny V12s and delicate barchetta bodywork. Ferrari sold road cars to finance his racing operations, definitely not the other way around. The notoriously prickly Enzo built an empire but occasionally lost talented employees, either fired or driven off, who formed other competing outfits. One frustrated customer was Ferruccio Lamborghini, incidentally. Ferrariâs outsized personality, however, created a high-performance dynasty of some of the most valuable and fantastic cars ever built, as well as significant success in various forms of motorsport. The current Ferrari lineup includes the California T, the GTC4Lusso, 488 GTB, F12tdf and 812 Superfast, as well as the LaFerrari hybrid hypercar.
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