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It may sound hard to believe, but Scuderia Ferrari, the most successful team in the entire history of Formula 1, turns 90 this year. Enzo Ferrari would be proud. And because nine decades is certainly worth celebrating, the official Ferrari Museum in Maranello, Italy is opening a new exhibition in commemoration. It’s very appropriately called "90 Years” and it begins with the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider that became the first car to wear the Prancing Horse emblem as part of its livery at Le Mans way back in 1932. The final car visitors will see is the SF71H, the car raced by F1 champions Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen in 2018.
Other notable single-seaters throughout Ferrari’s long racing history that’ll be displayed include the D50 Juan Manuel Fangio drove to take the fourth of his five world titles, the Dino 246F1 that gave the legendary John Surtees his first win, and the 312T that Niki Lauda drove when he won his first F1 championship. Michael Schumacher’s F2004, which delivered 13 wins during his final World Champion-winning season in 2004, is also on show.
There’s also a second new exhibition opening that will surely attract tons of attention. "Hypercars” is just that – a celebration of Ferrari’s hypercars. Beginning with the 1984 GTO, the company’s full range of hypercars will be on display. Needless to say, visitors will see the F40, F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari in the flesh. Various other prototypes, special editions, and one-offs are also present for your viewing pleasure, including the Ferrari P80/C (the only one-off in Maranello history homologated purely for track use).
Never one to miss an opportunity to attract new customers, Ferrari has created an entire room in the museum to replicate the Tailor Made program, which allows buyers to personalize their new Ferraris with a near endless choice of colors, fabric swatches, and leather samples. Both new exhibits have opened and will remain so until May 2020.