Do you see what we see?

Does Ferrari really rev your engine? Ours, too. Even though our Italian is lousy, we just love the way Rosso Corsa and Azzurra Sera sound as they roll off the tongue. And here’s a little-known fact: Enzo Ferrari fancied betting on horses, and some of Ferrari’s most famous colours were named for winners. ‘Fly Yellow’ – or ‘Giallo Fly’ in Italian – was named for a horse named ‘Fly’.

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