Scuderia Ferrari Calendar 2020 by Günther Raupp
- December 6, 2019
- Posted by Marc Enger
The Official Scuderia Ferrari Calendar – A must for all Scuderia Ferrari fans
Competitors come and go, but Scuderia Ferrari still sets the standard for greatness in Formula One. Since the first Formula One race took place in 1951, Scuderia Ferrari is the only team to have always competed in the world championship. And Ferrari’s “Rosso Corsa” remains the defining colour in Formula One! A red sea of fans with their flags, lining the racing tracks, emphasised the passion for Ferrari.
- The highlights of Ferrari’s current Formula 1 season,
- captured in images taken by the world´s best
Formula 1 photographers.
- Approx. 60 x 42 cm landscape format
- Title, 12 monthly pages and an overview page
- Printed on high-quality, glossy 170 g art paper
This calendar provides all Ferrari Formula 1 fans with a thrilling and unfiltered proximity to the world champion team.
The 2020 Official Scuderia Ferrari Calendar gives fans a direct view of the team through selected images by the world´s best Formula 1 photographers. Each shot lets you re-live the excitement of the Scuderia’s F1 season throughout the entire year.
GÜNTHER RAUPP – A vision, a passion.
Günther Raupp studied painting and art history at the State Academy of Art in Stuttgart. It was here that he discovered a penchant for photography. The Stuttgart Staatsgalerie, a prestigious art museum, presented an exciting audiovisual solo exhibition about Venice by the then 25-year-old; it ran for eight months. He then garnered interest with unusual advertising spots, before his first automobile customers asked him for photographic productions. Today he shoots campaigns, brochures and magazines for Audi, Buick, Fiat, Ford, Jaguar, Lancia, Maserati, Opel, Porsche, Toyota, Volkswagen, Volvo and others. Günther Raupp ranks as one of the most sought-after automobile photographers in Europe and the USA.
Even as a young freelancer he followed his passion for Ferrari. He fulfilled his dream of buying a Dino 246 Spider and in 1984 began to photograph and produce his own Ferrari calendar. Enzo Ferrari congratulated Günther on his first edition and thanked him for the calendar that he had been sent. This set the benchmark for the unparalleled history of a calendar series that is today most sought-after by Ferrari enthusiasts worldwide. His unique, unmistakable photographic style, and the unequalled reproduction quality of his calendars has impressed some of the most famous Ferrari collectors throughout the world, who have opened the gates of their private collections exclusively for him.
#After the recent exhibition premiere in the Ferrari Museum “Galleria Ferrari” in Maranello, there follow individual exhibitions in the Haus der Wirtschaft (House of Economy) in Stuttgart, Basel, Valencia and lastly in the Unesco Weltkulturerbe Stahlhütte (world heritage steel mill) in Völklingen, which attracts around 33,000 visitors.
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