When Enzo Ferrari first began building cars, back in 1929, he had no idea that Ferrari vehicles would become some of the most desired and capable street cars on the planet.
You see, Enzo had no plans to build street cars, but chose instead to produce competition machines from his headquarters in Modena, Italy.
Doing business as Scuderia Ferrari (Ferrari Stable), Enzo began campaigning Alfa Romeo race cars. In 1933, Alfa Romeo placed their Grand Prix cars in the hands of Ferrari. In 1938, Alfa Romeo fielded an in-house racing team and hired Enzo as manager. Scuderia Ferrari was no more.