1948 Ferrari 166 MM Zagato Panoramica Zagato and Ferrari’s associations began at Alfa Romeo, when Zagato’s light weight aluminum bodies...
Ferrari 166 MM
Designed for long distance competition, the 166 MM took its name from one of the world’s most famous road races, the Mille Miglia. The 166 MM was both extremely light and extremely dynamic whilst still maintaining significant structural stiffness. The 166 MM’s engine was also modified for run on “normal” commercially available fuel. The 166 MM was essentially an updated 166 S and went on to score many of Ferrari’searly international victories, making the manufacturer a serious competitor in the racing industry.