The son of the founder of Ferrari shares his memories of Enzo Ferrari on the twenty fifth anniversary of his death.
Maranello, 13 August – Many have asked Piero Ferrari for memories of his father Enzo in recent days, as the twenty fifth anniversary of his death approaches. On behalf of all fans of the Prancing Horse, "www.ferrari.com" wanted to ask the company’s Vice President who bears his name, for some thoughts on the man who created the company out of nothing.
“Tough and demanding, as a father and as a boss, but also capable of gestures of great generosity and unexpected affection, aspects that he would tend to deny, “said Piero. “Courageous and innovative and always looking to the future: one only has to think of the decision to set up the Scuderia in 1929, the year of the Great Crisis and the project of creating a car factory in an Italy still living in the ruins of the Second World War.
There are thousands of memories of the father that the son could tell, but a reserved nature is definitely a family trait. “Of the many memories I have, maybe the ones that have stayed with me are those linked to Sunday lunches with my mother.”