Established in 1929 by Enzo Ferrari as Scuderia Ferrari, the company initially concentrated on racing before making its first road vehicle in 1947.
Fiat bought a half stake in the company in 1969, and now holds around 90 percent of the firm. In 2015, Fiat will begin divesting most of its holding in order to raise capital for its own model plans.
Who is Ferrari named after?
Enzo Ferrari, the company's founder, lends his family name to this most storied of automotive brands.
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