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TECH JOURNEY::DAY 7Enzo Ferrari: A Story of Determination and Speed!! Once upon a time in Modena, Italy, a man named Enzo Ferrari was born. It wasn't an easy start due to snowstorms and challenges, but Enzo had a dream. At just 10 years old, he saw a race that sparked a fire in him.Life threw its curveballs during World War I, where Enzo served in the army. Tragedy struck as he lost his father and brother to the flu. But Enzo didn't give up; he became a test driver in the car industry.In 1932, he retired from racing to manage Alpha Romeo's racing team. The iconic Prancing Horse logo, inspired by a gift from a fighter pilot, became the symbol of strength for his team.Enzo faced ups and downs, controversies, and losses. In 1947, he founded Ferrari and entered the consumer car market in 1958. The '80s marked Ferrari's rise with the Testarossa, capturing hearts globally. Enzo passed away in 1988, leaving a legacy of speed and innovation.Fiat's stake in 1969 brought success, leading to iconic models like the 308 GTS. The 21st century saw Ferrari standing alone in 2015. The racing team dominated Formula One, led by Michael Schumacher.Today, Ferrari is gearing up for electric cars, aiming for 60% electrified models by 2030. The Purosangue, Ferrari's first SUV, represents a bold step into the future.Enzo's story teaches us that determination and passion turn challenges into triumphs. As we navigate our paths, let's draw inspiration from Enzo's legacy: "You set your limits." #FerrariLegacy #Determination #Innovation #Inspiration

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