Enzo Ferrari had never intended for his cars to be used on the road, yet with the political climate of the 1940s, his company had little choice but to oblige the public with the 125 S.
Enzo's love always remained with the racing scene. And in 1949 his investment paid off when Lugi Chinetti drove a 166 M in the Le Mans 24 hour endurance race and won, marking Ferrari's first professional victory.
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