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Enzo Ferrari (Enzo Anselmo Ferrari) was born on 20 February, 1898 in Modena, Italy, is a Writer. Discover Enzo Ferrari's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of Enzo Ferrari networth?

Popular As Enzo Anselmo Ferrari
Occupation writer
Age 90 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 20 February 1898
Birthday 20 February
Birthplace Modena, Italy
Date of death 14 August, 1988
Died Place Modena, Italy
Nationality Italy

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Enzo Ferrari Height, Weight & Measurements

At 90 years old, Enzo Ferrari height is 6' 1½" (1.87 m) .

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Height 6' 1½" (1.87 m)
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Who Is Enzo Ferrari's Wife?

His wife is Laura Dominica Garello (28 April 1923 - 27 February 1978) ( her death) ( 1 child)

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Wife Laura Dominica Garello (28 April 1923 - 27 February 1978) ( her death) ( 1 child)
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Enzo Ferrari Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Enzo Ferrari worth at the age of 90 years old? Enzo Ferrari’s income source is mostly from being a successful Writer. He is from Italy. We have estimated Enzo Ferrari's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Source of Income Writer

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The Scuderia Ferrari team won several F-1 championships with driver Michael Schumacher between 1999-2004.


Ferrari remained managing director until 1971, and was influential until his death at the age of 90 on August 14, 1988, in Modena, Italy.


In 1965 he allowed Fiat to have a small stake the company; their share increased to 50% in 1969 and and to 90% in 1988.


In 1963 he rejected an $18-million offer from Ford to buy his company.


His total of 14 victories at Le Mans included six in a row in 1960-1965.


His F-1 successes in 1956, 1958, 1961 and 1964 were paralleled by even more victories at the Mille Miglia and Le Mans.

The postwar economic boom ended for Ferrari in 1956, when his son Dino died of muscular dystrophy, causing the end of Enzo's marriage. Ferrari was depressed and, having not many friends, moved into a small apartment at his factory. There he lived and worked 24/7 without a vacation for many years. He wore sunglasses as a ritual to honor his son. His management skills and attention to details helped the business through a decline in the 60s.


He won the 1951 F-1 British Grand Prix and dominated the World Championships in the early 50s. He also had a business victory when Lancia withdrew from racing and its parent company, Fiat, turned over all Lancia's cars to Ferrari.


Ferrari participated in the first F-1 World Championship in 1950.


Colombo, and it was entered in the 1947 Grand Prix of Monaco.


In 1946 Ferrari Tipo125, a 1. 5-liter car, was built in collaboration with his old friend G.


In 1937 he quit Alfa-Romeo under agreement that he could not race or design anything under his name for four years. During World War II, Ferrari's company was forced to undertake war production for Mussolini's fascist government, thus supplying auto parts for the Italian military. Allied bombing forced him to relocate the factory from Modena to Maranello. After WWII Ferrari was able to shed his fascist-tainted reputation. He concentrated all efforts on the design of the car that would carry his name.


This icon would have to wait until 1932 to be displayed on a racing car.

He completely retired from racing in 1932, when his first son Dino was born.


In 1929 he started Scuderia Ferrari, a team of racing drivers and technical assistants working for Alfa. Ferrari soon made similar deals with Bosch, Pirelli and Shell. His team caused a sensation after eight victories in 22 competitions. With up to 50 full- and part-time drivers, it was the largest team ever gathered by one man. Ferrari's talent as a team organizer and director superseded that of a racer.


He switched to fixing cars for Alfa, but his racing career was mostly over, though he did race in 1927 and a few times thereafter, but with less success than he had previously.


In 1926, overburdened and stressed, Ferrari experienced an emotional breakdown and stopped racing. He turned down a few offers, including one for a big race in Mussolini's presence.


Enzo Ferrari's greatest victory was at the 1924 Coppa Acerbo at Pescara, with an Alfa Romeo R. L. That and many more successful races made Ferrari a recognized name.


In 1923, young Ferrari won the Circuit of Sivocci at Ravenna. There, he acquired the legendary ace pilot Francesco Baracca's WWI pilot badge, a prancing horse on a yellow shield.


In 1922 Benito Mussolini seized power in Italy and established a totalitarian fascist regime that sponsored an aggressive nationalism as a mimic of the Roman Empire. The name of a winning driver, like Ferrari, was used as one of many propaganda tools. He was awarded the Cavaliere dell'ordine della Corona d' Italia and was promoted to the rank of Commendatore. In Mussolini's eyes Ferrari had won all his races for Italy. In reality it was the only job Ferrari could do.


With the help of his friend Ugo Sivocci he got a job with Alfa-Romeo in 1920, and had success as a racing driver.


In a 1919 race at the Targa Florio he finished ninth.


Ferrari himself became severely ill during the 1918 flu epidemic which he barely survived, and was discharged from Italian service. He applied for a job at Fiat, was turned down and eventually got a job as a test driver at a small car-maker named CMN.


Both his father and brother died in 1916 as a result of Italian flu outbreak and the family business collapsed.


At the age of 10 Enzo saw several car races in the 1908 Circuit di Bologna, and he decided to become a race car driver. He received little formal education, and in his youth during WWI he was shoeing mules during his assignment to the Alpine Artillery division of the Italian Army.


Enzo Ferrari was a racing driver who founded the Italian sports car manufacturer bearing his name. Ferrari cars are generally seen as a symbol of luxury and wealth. He was born Enzo Anselmo Ferrari on February 18, 1898, in Modena, Italy. His father, Alfredo Ferrari, had a metal business.