In 1929, founder Enzo Ferrari formed Scuderia Ferrari preparing Alfa Romeo race cars for amateur drivers. Today, Ferrari produces its own line of highly exclusive, high-performance cars, focusing on mid- and front-engine coupes and convertibles.
The first trailer was all banging music and revving engines, but the second trailer looks more closely at the relationship between Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles.
No roof? No problem at all.
Meet Ferrari's new 710-horsepower stunner.
If you don't count limited-run models, that is.
The Prancing Horse offering a convertible version of the 812 or a practical version of the SP1 and SP2 will likely be a good financial move.
Even the bits you can't see are impressively engineered.
The story of Ford's battle to embarrass Ferrari is one of racing's most famous, and here are a few different accounts of it to tide you over until November.
It's one of the best David-versus-Goliath tales in motorsport.