Enzo Ferrari Biography
Enzo Ferrari (February 18, 1898 - August 14, 1988) The founder of Ferrari Motors, like Mercedes-Benz (Benz), Ford, Porsche, etc., also has a reputation in the automotive industry. Known as the "father of racing." Enzo Ferrari has been working hard to improve the performance of the car for the rest of his life.
In 1947, Enzo Ferrari founded the Ferrari company and produced the first Ferrari 125S. This is seen as the origin of modern racing culture and has since been dominated by him. Until his death in 1988, he won 14 Le Mans 24 Hours and 9 F1 championships. His name has become the most prestigious high-performance racing brand in the world.
He died in Modena on August 14, 1988.