CLASSIC CARS: FERRARI AT 60 DVD: Ferrari at Sixty charts the history of the marque, from Enzo Ferrari s involvement with Alfa Romeo, through the greatest cars to today s incredible gatherings around the world, where some of the finest examples of Ferrari s ever to grace our roads and circuits are brought together. In addition to archive footage, this programme boasts spectacular film of classic and modern masterpieces from the Prancing Horse in action on road and track. The celebration continues with mouth watering close-up looks at the modern supercars, as well as superb footage of some of the greatest models being put through their paces, and then looks to the future with the GT cars of the 21st century and the extraordinary Ferrari FXX, a limited production prototype which will truly bring Formula One technology to the road. For many viewers, a highlight of Ferrari at Sixty will be the championship celebration, footage of an incredible gathering to celebrate double F1 victory in 2007, when Ferrari claimed not only the manufacturer s title, but Kimi Raikkonen also snatched the driver s championship at the final round. (116 min) LITTLE BOOK OF FERRARI: The Little Book of Ferrari tells the complete story of one of the world s most iconic car names, through its road cars, its unrivalled successes in almost every major branch of world motor sport, and not least through the people who created the legend. The story begins with the autocratic but brilliant Enzo Ferrari, who discovered motor racing as a boy in rural Italy, began his career as a driver and eventually branched out to build exotic cars under his own name. The book also looks at Dino, the son who died tragically young but left his own crucial legacy that still plays a part in the company today. Many years after Enzo Ferrari s own death, it tells the story of how the company still maintains his spirit both in some of the world s greatest supercars and as the most successful name in Grand Prix racing history. Whichever aspect you love, the story is here. (128 pages).