How the Enzo Ferrari Works

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  1. bobwass

    bobwass Karting

    Nov 26, 2003
    Los Angeles
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    Bob Wass
    pretty interesting page:

    How the Enzo Ferrari Works
    Every few years, the two facets of Ferrari combine, taking the
    high-tech, high-performance designs of Formula One (F1) and
    putting them into the ultimate street car. The latest Ferrari
    supercar is the Enzo Ferrari, named after the company's late
    founder. Learn how the Enzo was designed to emulate a Formula
    One car, what powers it, how fast it goes, and why it's so
    difficult to get one.

    Check out How the Enzo Ferrari Works:
  2. Matt LaMotte

    Matt LaMotte Formula 3

    Oct 30, 2002
    Great article! Anyone else check out the article on the Chysler? The statistics on that car are scary.
  3. eshaun

    eshaun Karting

    Aug 6, 2004
    SF Bay Area / Phx
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    Awesome articles with those 2 supercars...howstuffworks really is an excellent site
  4. f355b

    f355b Formula Junior

    Jan 23, 2004
    Little Silver,NJ
    okay.............i disagree with the web site howstuffworks!!!!!!
    now before you tell me to sit down and shut up, iam not talking about the Enzo.....I am talking about the way they discribe the translation of Scuderia.........i think the word "Scuderia" means Stable, now i know they say it comes from the word "Scudo" meaning shield......but i was told many years ago when i spent my summers in Italy that Scuderia Ferrari roughly translates to...................."From the stable of".....Ferrari.

    Anybody shead some light?

    I also just checked in the Collins Gem Italian/english dictionary and it also states.............."Scuderia" as Stable
  5. cab7104

    cab7104 Karting

    Mar 25, 2004
    Rochester, NY
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    I was under the impression that it meant stable of as well. It's prescense in the Ferrari name I believe came from Enzo's racing days. His "stable" were the cars he entered to race.

  6. msage355

    msage355 Formula Junior

    Feb 8, 2004
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  7. Prova85

    Prova85 Formula 3

    Nov 13, 2003
    So. Shore MA.
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    Kenny K
    This is correct.

    Kenny K
  8. PSk

    PSk F1 World Champ

    Nov 20, 2002
    Tauranga, NZ
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    Er, definately NOT. The official name of the Ferrari F1 team is:

    Scuderia Ferrari ... something and the name Scuderia is often used for race teams, thus absolutely nothing to do with Street Legal.

    I think you are thinking of Stradale.

  9. bobwass

    bobwass Karting

    Nov 26, 2003
    Los Angeles
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    Bob Wass
    whered the 'street legal' come from?
  10. iceburns288

    iceburns288 Formula 3

    Jun 19, 2004
    Bay Area, CA
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    Charles M.
    I thought Scuderia was team... Oh well.

    How can the ME412 have a full interior with everything (full size too) and a turbocharged and intercooled V12 and weigh less than 3000 pounds? How can it weigh that much less than the Enzo?
  11. triXXXter

    triXXXter Formula Junior

    Nov 11, 2003
    Ft. Worth TX
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    Steven G. Ogden
    This website gets better and more detailed everytime I go there. I really like and respect this site (although I know its not always perfect.) I remember when the "engine" page had only 5 levels.
  12. doug328

    doug328 Formula 3
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    Mar 11, 2004
    The Space Coast, FL
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    Doug B
    Nice article, when I have some more time i will checkout some of the other cars on the list. I too am under the impression that SCUDERIA roughly translates to stable, as in a stable or team of racing cars.
  13. f355b

    f355b Formula Junior

    Jan 23, 2004
    Little Silver,NJ
    i called a friend of mine in Italy today he just said thats ABOUT right "stable" but there really is no direct translation.
    Anyway for me it will always be........Scuderia Ferrari.

    Or shall we say.........."From the stable of Ferrari"

    sounds much better than............."Shield Ferrari"!!!

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