The mystery of the first race Let's go ahead and get right to the Ferrari driver: in his memoirs writes that his first race was the Parma-Poggio di Berceto October 5, 1919 with a CMN, and his two biographers Valerio Moretti and Julius Schmidt will take over the news. But there is a surprise in the auction held in Modena at the end of 1989, one year after the death it was on sale a photograph where a young Enzo Ferrari is driving a Caesar (car built in Turin) and in his own hand on the back are the coordinates of the uphill race Pavullo -Sestola held July 19 1917 with the annotation of the time employed 36 '12 "for a path of 26.475 km Apparently it was an adventure just before the service militare.E then? Why Ferrari has not mentioned, nor the two authors have even suspected? Unfortunately, the picture was sold but are photocopies of the image and the back published in the auction catalog. ??? ????????? @ EX.UA have a picture of this?