‘Origins of a Legend’ Reveals Ferrari’s Lesser Known History

The prancing horse is a symbol of extraordinary automotive success. Since 1947, Ferrari has dominated the Grand Prix circuit, claiming victory after victory on its way to becoming the single most iconic motorsports company in the world. Now, Ferrari fans can relive that journey in detail with the new Origins of a Legend podcast.

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Origins of a Legend 2

Launched by the Ferrari Museums, The Origins of a Legend is a seven-part series that offers rare insights into the car manufacturer’s iconic legacy. Released through Spotify, the podcast focuses on the Marque’s incredible winning history. According to Ferrari, the episodes are “designed to take Ferrari fans on a real journey through time, decade by decade.”

Starting in 1947, the year of Ferrari’s first victory at the hands of Franco Cortese at the Rome Grand Prix, the podcast isn’t a just a retelling of Ferrari’s biggest wins. Fans will hear unique insights and stories from behind-the-scenes while also copping some lesser-known anecdotes. A new episode will be released each week through Spotify, taking us from that infamous 1947 victory through to the present day.

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Origins of a Legend 1

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