It’s not often that one of the world’s most prominent sports car makers and F1 teams open up their doors to the public. Odd things do happen on occasions though and in this instance, photographer Luca Locatelli was given the rare privilege to capture the inner-workings of this 15,000 square metre factory which also affords its own race track in the sleepy town of Maranello, Italy.
The intimate images capture a lot of what Ferrari have come to stand for throughout its motoring history: passion, heritage, technology, family and lots of pony power. We’ll take the F40, thanks. But only because we can’t afford the 3 million euro LaFerrari.