Il Mio Drake. Dalle Confidenze del barbiere personale di Enzo Ferrari Massimo D’Elia.
While we know everything about Enzo Ferrari’s achievements and sporting successes, there are still a few curiosities about the ‘man’ that biographies have not captured, because he always hesitated to reveal himself to the public due to an innate sense of self-defence or shame.
Enzo Ferrari was one of those men for whom the morning shave was always an essential ritual.
The habitual attendance at the barber’s has meant that the man in the white coat has become much more than his task and has assumed a more abstract and indefinite figure, something between confidant and confessor, between opposition bench and refuge of consensus.
And if there is something unknown, something unusual that you want to know about him, you will find it in this book.
Italiaans, paperback, 1998, 112 pagina’s, Lycia Mezzacappa.