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    NEW PICTURES OF THE ENZO (I)

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    NEW PICTURES OF THE ENZO (III)

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    I have three more pictures. I promise to post them when the site work better.
     
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    RED MARS

    What is the fastest Ferrari's distinctive red paint has ever travelled? Next year it will be 10,800 km/h.

    Following the success of the Scuderia Ferrari with the victory of Michael Schumacher's fifth Formula 1 driver championship title, the Ferrari team has agreed to fly the symbol of that success on the Mars Express mission.

    Mars Express, to be launched in May/June 2003, the first European spacecraft to visit the Red Planet, will be speeding on its way accompanied by the very essence of Ferrari: a sample of its distinctive red paint.

    The European Space Agency's Mars Express mission, due to arrive at its destination by December 2003, aims to solve many of the planet's age-old mysteries. It will ultimately be looking for the presence of water on Mars, but might also find evidence of life, both past and present. And, of course, it will be studying the red soil in depth.

    When Mars Express is launched next May/June, the Ferrari red paint will be on board in a specially constructed glass globe measuring 2cm in diameter, designed to withstand the extremes of temperature it will encounter on its trip to Mars. The spacecraft will be launched on a Soyuz-Fregat launcher, reaching speeds of roughly 10800 kilometres per hour, nearly 10 times the speed of sound.

    The paint is currently undergoing rigorous tests at ESA's test centre in the Netherlands to discover how it will withstand space conditions on the journey. Once it has been officially "space-qualified", it is due to be installed on the spacecraft at a formal ceremony in September.

    Quite why they want to take a can of paint to Mars has not been explained
     
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    Homero, you have done just an amazing job. we own u big time. IŽve been expecting this car since 2000, when there appeared some drawings of the "f60".

    I just have to say, this is the best supercar, not only for the great speed and acceleration, this car gives the best melody coming from the engine (in this car u wont need a stereo), great comfort that makes u think that the car is huging u, etc. etc. etc.... it must be just great.

    IŽll be waiting for more news and pics, and of course, im already hoping to see an Enzo GT series.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    NEW PICTURES OF THE ENZO (III)

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    NEW PICTURES OF THE ENZO (and IV)

    RAVIJ, thank you. This is my favourite.
     
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    NEW PICTURES OF THE ENZO (and IV)

    RAVIJ, thank you. This is my favorite.
     
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    NEW PICTURES OF THE ENZO (and IV)

    RAVIJ, thank you. This is my favorite.
     
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    NEW PICTURES OF THE ENZO (and IV)

    RAVIJ, thank you. This is my favorite.
     
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    FERRARI ENZO INTERNATIONAL TEST DRIVE

    Maranello, 23rd July – Yesterday at Fiorano, in the presence of around a hundred journalists and photographers, Ferrari Maserati Group President, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo launched International Media test drive of the “Enzo Ferrari,” the latest car from the Maranello marque. It is due to be launched officially at the Paris International Motor Show in September.

    Montezemolo was joined by Amadeo Felisa, the Managing Director of the Gestione Industriale, who can be considered the “father” of the “Enzo Ferrari” and Managing Director of the Gestione Sportiva, Jean Todt, who had just returned from celebrating Michael Schumacher’s F1 World Championship title in France.

    “I am very happy that the drive test of the “Enzo Ferrari” has started on the day following Schumacher’s taking of the Drivers’ title,” said Montezemolo. “This is actually a car with historical significance for our Company, not just because it carries the name of the creator of the Ferrari legend, but also because of all it represents in terms of innovation, of the styling entrusted to Pininfarina, in terms of the materials used and in its performance. But of all, because it represents a very close collaboration between the Gestione Industriale and the Gestione Sportiva.”

    “Formula 1 know-how and technology were the key to creating the entire car, both in terms of chassis and engine and aerodynamics and electronics,” explained Amedeo Felisa. “The “Enzo Ferrari” can reach a top speed of around 350 km/h and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.65s. The 12 cylinder 5998 cc engine, puts out 660 horsepower at 7800 rpm. The aerodynamic downforce generates 775 kilos at 300 km/h but is also effective at more useable speeds (334 kg at 200 km/h.”)

    The “Enzo Ferrari” is the result of exemplary integration between the two different areas of this company, in a perfect spirit of collaboration which is an integral part of Ferrari,” continued Jean Todt. “Michael Schumacher has completed a high mileage at the wheel of the “Enzo” to test it and assess its performance. His contribution played an important part in the development of the car.” Also present in the presentation room at the Fiorano circuit where the press drives will take place, were representatives of those companies who have been technical partners on the Enzo project: Bridgestone who produced tyres specifically developed for the “Enzo Ferrari,” Brembo who produced the F1-type carbon-ceramic discs; Magneti-Marelli, who helped produce the car’s F1-type gear change and OMR, the makers of the light alloy pedal box, fully adjustable to suit the driver. Ferrari is a company with two sides: the one which builds dream road cars and the other which wins on race tracks around the world, contributing to the Prancing Horse legend.

    “When today’s date was set for the press launch of the “Enzo Ferrari,” no one could have known that it would turn out to be the day after Michael was crowned World Champion with six races still to go,” underlined Montezemolo. “At the start of the Formula 1 season, I said to myself that we would have to do our best, even it seemed difficult to do better than in 2001. We did just that and thanks to a driver like Michael, the best Ferrari driver of all time, we have made history. The last millennium closed under the sign of Ferrari when we took the Constructors’ title in 1999. By winning two consecutive World Championships, both Constructors’ and Drivers in 2000 and 2001 and with this victory in the 2002 Driver’s, the new millennium has started and continues under the Ferrari sign.”

    Source: Ferrari Media Centre
     

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