Two major exhibitions opened recently in “Motorland,” as the locals often call Modena, the unofficial home of Italy’s high-performance racers and road cars. One quietly commemorates the heated competition between Ferrari and Maserati cars on the race tracks of the world in days gone by, while the other honors one of the world’s greatest car designers of all time.
Ferrari and Maserati are crossing swords again, but this time peacefully. Their latest “battleground” is the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in Modena, which embraces what was the Ferrari family home, where 18 cars are on display in an exhibition called “The Great Ferrari-Maserati Challenges.”
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