Exhibition

At the very heart of the Ferrari Museum is an exhibition of more 35 Ferraris which span the spectrum from sport and sport-prototype, single-seaters and GT models. This display is a celebration of the company’s heritage and is staged in collaboration with both Italian and international auto museums and Ferrari collectors worldwide. The Ferrari Museum also boasts a unique collection of memorabilia, trophies, photographs and exhibitions which tell the Prancing Horse story in entrancing detail. The Museum exhibition may be subject to change.

The collection

Enzo Ferrari’s office
Nella Sala delle Competizioni è ricreato, in tutti i suoi componenti originali, il primo ufficio modenese di Enzo Ferrari. L’ufficio si trovava in viale Trento Trieste presso la Scuderia Ferrari, da lui fondata nel 1929 con l’obiettivo di partecipare alle maggiori competizioni automobilistiche dell’epoca con vetture Alfa Romeo. Nel 1938 Enzo Ferrari divenne Direttore dell’Alfa Corse e nel 1940, rientrato a Modena, fondò l’Auto Avio Costruzioni, la sua prima azienda meccanica. Trasferitosi a Maranello durante la II guerra mondiale, avviò la progettazione e la produzione della prima vettura da corsa, la 125 S, che partecipò al GP di Piacenza l’11 maggio 1947. L’ufficio ospita anche la statua del fondatore, che lo rappresenta negli anni ’70: indossa una delle sue cravatte preferite con il marchio Ferrari e la spilla della Scuderia di Maranello.

Pits and pit wall
The Competition Hall also includes a reconstruction of the Ferrari Formula 1 pits complete with the Sigma and the Ferrari 150° Italia. Facing it is the pit wall, the control centre during the GPs and the hub to which all the telemetry data is relayed.

Formula 1 suits and helmets
The memorabilia display case in the Competition Hall includes helmets, gloves, suits and shoes worn by official Scuderia Ferrari drivers of the likes of Gilles Villeneuve, Clay Regazzoni, Gerhard Berger, Nigel Mansell and Alain Prost in their grands prix..

The World Championship-winning engines
Also on show in the Competition Hall are the 8 and 10-cylinder engines used in our World Championship-winning single-seaters between 1999 and 2008. These are just a small part of the Museum’s collection of original Formula 1 engines, however.

Sound box
This cabin allows visitors to listen to the engine soundtracks of some of the top Formula 1 and GT cars as they go through their paces on both road and track.

The Formula 1 trophies
The trophies on show in the Victories Hall tell the story of Ferrari’s Formula 1 illustrious career. Ferrari is the only team to have competed in every season between 1950, when the Formula 1 World Championship was first held, and the end of 2011. It has won a total of 15 World Drivers’ Titles and 16 World Constructors’ Titles.