Ferrari’s 70th anniversary exhibitions will get under your skin
Housed in the recently extended and upgraded Ferrari Museum, the two exhibitions focus on different aspects of the Ferrari legend. The Infinite Red exhibition sees some of the rarest Prancing Horses assembled under one roof, from road-going icons, such as the 250 GTO and the LaFerrari, to racing heroes, such as the F2004 of Michael Schumacher. While the second exhibit, Under the Skin, documents the early years of the firm, covering the great man Enzo Ferrari and the early cars he produced, from the 125 S onwards. In November, Under the Skin will move far from sunny Italy to the London Design Museum, who partnered with Ferrari to create the exhibition — allowing lucky Londoners to experience the magic formula that has kept Ferrari in the hearts of car fans for 70 years.