On June 19, the exhibition was inaugurated "Maserati 100: A Centenary of Pure Italian Luxury Sports Vehicles" at the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, in a ceremony attended by the president of Ferrari, Luca di Montezemolo, and the CEO of Maserati, Harald Wester.
This important retrospective traces the history of the trident brand through some of its most significant models, both street and racing. It also offers a spectacular multimedia immersion in which 19 video projectors are used to help visitors relive the highlights of the builder's life and that present the characters who have written their most glorious chapters.
This is the largest Maserati exhibition organized to date, And how could it be otherwise, it had a guest of honor at the opening: Sir Stirling Moss, who won many races for the brand in the 50s. The descendants of the family that founded the company and built its success were also present. , cousins Carlo and Alfieri Maserati, as well as Adolfo Orsi, curator of the exhibition.
ANOTHER EXHIBITION AT THE ALFREDO FERRARI WORKSHOP
A second new exhibition was opened to the public inside the workshop used by Enzo Ferrari's father, Alfredo Ferrari, in the early XNUMXth century. All this space has been completely renovated to show the most important cars in the extensive career of Il Drake: the Alfa Romeo that he used both as a driver and in his work with Scuderia Ferrari in the 30s, the first prancing horse built in 1947 and several extraordinary street and racing models.
These include the car that Gerhard Berger led to victory in the Italian Grand Prix just weeks after Ferrari's death and, of course, the Enzo, the car dedicated to his memory. The new open exhibitions and the current collection make the Museum of Modena one of the most important in the world, thanks to the quality and prestige of the pieces on display.
The exhibition “Maserati 100: A Centennial of Pure Italian Luxury Sports Vehicles” will be open seven days a week until January 2015.