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All things 'Maserati'. News of forthcoming models, owner's cars, tips, 'Marque' reunions and the odd touch of humour! In fact anything of interest to the 'Maseratista'.

So if you have any news about Maseratis or have anything owners and enthusiasts should know, send details to

Grille trident on a Maserati Tipo 250F
You can click on some pictures for a better view!!
From Gert in Belgium

"Gert has very kindly sent me some photos of his 'pride and joy', Ghibli Cup #15.

Is it any wonder that so many Maserati enthusiasts are looking out for good clean Ghiblis, especially Ghibli Cups! It's a great car and at the present time represents excellent value - plus it's one of the last Maseratis produced with an engine built in-house at the factory.

Thank you Gert - it's a very nice car!!!


PS: And I think it's far better that any Rolls Royce!!!"

From Antonio in Spain

"Hi Enrico,

This is a picture of the Bora prototype displayed at the 1971 Barcelona Motor Show - look at the particular rear lights; this car is supposed to have been destroyed at the MIRA facilities for crash testing.




The Bora prototype displayed at the 1971 Barcelona Motor Show
From Jacco in The Netherlands

"Hi Enrico,

I'm planning on buying a Ghibli and came across your awesome site.

During the 24 hour races at the Nürburgring in Germany in June 2004 I met this beauty which became my favorite car instantly. I regret not taking more pictures that day. Note the different alloy wheels back and front.

Keep up the good work!

Best Regards,



The Ghibli Cup Stradale?


"Does anyone out there know anything about this car?




I think this is the same car that is already in your database #361234.

The wheels seem to match?

Cheers Bob."

An Apology from the Webmaster

"Dear Maseratisti,

Now that 2004 is coming to a close, I would like to take this opportunity of thanking you for continuing to visit my site despite the recent lack of new activity. This is in part due to my rehabilitation following major surgery in Modena last year.

Since my return, I have also been heavily involved in updating the Maserati Club site here in the UK. If you visit the site at, I am sure that you will find the new content very interesting.

To the enthusiasts who have continued to send me with photos and comments, I extend my warmest thanks.

Finally I would like to wish all of you a VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND MOST OF ALL HEALTHY NEW YEAR!


From Rossano in Italy

"Ciao Enrico,

Come va tutto bene? ti sei ripreso completamente?

Finalmente passate le feste trovo un poco di tempo per scriverti,approfitto dell'occasione per inviarti le foto fatte al motor show di bologna due settimane fa,grazie a Claudio abbiamo avuto i permessi di accedere allo stand Maserati e ferrari in modo da poter apprezzare le nuove vetture. La nostra gita a Bologna ha coinciso con le elezioni del nuovo consiglio direttivo del BCI,e come saprai Claudio č il neo presidente,per cui preparati a sentirlo ancora pił spesso.

Spero che le tue condizioni ti permettano di tornare presto in Italia e chissą magari di venire a qualche raduno,in caso contrario saremo noi a venire a trovarti in England.

Ci sentiamo presto, saluti,



"Ciao Enrico,

How are you, is everything OK? Are you fully recovered?

Now that the festivities are finally over, I've found a moment to write. I have used this opportunity to send you these photos taken at the Bologna Motor Show two weeks ago. Thanks to Claudio Ivaldi, the new President (of the BCI), we received permission to enter the exclusive Ferrari/Maserati stand and get a closer view of the latest models.

Our trip to Bologna coincided with the election of a new organising committee for the Biturbo Club Italia, and as you already know Claudio has beeb selected as our esteemed new President, so you can expect to hear from him more often.

I hope that your health will allow you to return to Italy quite soon, and who knows, maybe attend a few meetings, if not it will be us who will come and visit you in England.

Hope to hear from you soon, regards,



The Maserati stand at the 2004 Bologna Motor Show

The Maserati MC12 'Stradale'

The new Trofeo GranSport alongside a legend from the past

Rossano at the wheel of the MC12

Three enthusiasts and "Il Presidente"

The V8 engine and trans-axle of the new Quattroporte

The V8 powerhouse behind Maserati's latest models

The Maserati powered Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione


The Ferrari F430

The dashboard of the Ferrari F430

Michael Schumacher's 2004 World Championship winning Ferrari
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