Enzo Ferrari has always been an enigma.
There’s something about those dark shades, the don-ish profile and the effortless eaze with which he held himself that reflects an appropriate mystique.
If ever there was a justified cult of personality within car culture than the reserved, Modena born man represents just that.
The paternal, taciturn figure Enzo Ferrari cut is in stark contrast to the legion of self-promoting entrepreneurs and businessmen of our times – who never miss an opportunity to spread the gospel – according to their views on how the world ticks.
He may have been a machiavellian man manager – but that’s all the more appropriate when you’re head of a dynasty like Ferrari.
Enzo was, of course, a true Prince.
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