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Valencia, 13 November 2009

Feed your Ferrari passion during the cold winter months, and be reminded of important Ferrari dates during the warmer parts of the year with the pair of official Ferrari calendars by Gunther Raupp. For over twenty five years he has been producing large format (50cms x 70cms) high quality artistic Ferrari calendars, which are renowned worldwide for their inspiring photography and fascinating subjects.

The 2010 limited edition of the “Ferrari Myth” calendar continues this tradition, with a spectacular selection of Ferrari cars, both old and new, in settings that compliment the subject beautifully, providing a different mesmerising image for each month of the year. The models covered include some of the icons in the company’s history, like the legendary pontoon fender Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, 250 GTO, and 250 GT Spider California, together with examples from the current range including the 599 GTB Fiorano HGTE, and the latest incarnation of the California, which broke new ground for Ferrari, being their first front engine V8 road car, and also their first with a retractable metal folding roof.

For F1 enthusiasts there is the “Rosso Corsa” calendar, in landscape format (60cms x 42cms) dedicated to F1 cars, both old and new. The 2010 edition featuring cars raced by the likes of Jacky Ickx, Niki Lauda, Gilles Villeneuve, Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher, up to the 2009 season protagonist, the F60, in which Kimi Raikkonen won the Belgian Grand Prix. Ferrari is the only team to have been continuously actively involved in F1 racing since its inception in 1950, and this calendar portrays some of the great moments during this period through the lenses of some of the top photographers in the world of motor sport.

Whether you want to treat a loved one, a fellow fanatic, a business acquaintance or just yourself, the “Ferrari Myth” and “Rosso Corsa” calendars will make an ideal gift for the holiday season, birthday, a thank you, or just an indulgence. Full details of both calendars can be found, together with ordering information and prices for all international destinations, in four languages, English, French, German and Italian, on the website,
www.raupp.com which is interactive, and allows you to view the calendar contents in detail at your leisure.

Keith Bluemel
12/2009

Fuel Your Ferrari Passion for 2010