Ferrari's history is the history of motor racing. It is the history of the evolution of high-performance road cars marked by experimental and cutting edge technological solutions, as derived from the racing world. In fact often in the past, the racing cars appeared before the road versions.
Since the company's foundation in 1947, Ferrari models have represented the perfect synthesis of technological research, typical Italian craftsmanship, and the continuous desire to achieve new goals.
Ferrari cars are built to last. Indeed, most of the models produced are still in existence and on the roads, thanks to the desire of the owners to keep them in perfect safe working order.
However, a maintenance schedule is necessary to keep them in this peak state. Only highly qualified personnel, fully aware of the secrets of Ferrari engines and the specificities of each individual model, can perform this.
With this in mind, in 2006 the parent company created Ferrari Classiche, a department of excellence that offers owners an exclusive service. Its purpose is to protect the invaluable heritage represented by these cars. This value is not just technical and historical, but also economic, as confirmed by the world's most important auctions.
The Classiche team provides the expertise needed to handle complex restorations, so as to accurately restore every car to its factory state, to its original mechanics and bodywork. Ferrari Classiche also provides the necessary assistance and support for the complex stages of extraordinary maintenance, as well as a set of parameters for the normal road use of these cars.
Certification of Authenticity is very important and can only be performed by Maranello, with which Ferrari Classiche releases an official document confirming a car's full authenticity.