This 25 minute interview is one of the best conversations with Enzo I’ve ever seen. The man behind Ferrari was notoriously difficult to get along with, and many journalists and interviewers over the years struggled to get him to open up and talk freely.
Sadly there’s no information about who actually produced this film, but they managed to get Enzo to talk about himself and his philosophy with remarkable ease. As a bit of a bonus, the film also includes some incredible footage of the 1984 production line of both the Ferrari Testarossa and the Ferrari 288 GTO – both major icons for the marque, and both amongst the last cars that Enzo had direct involvement with.
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