Andrea Cremonesi, Gazzetta dello Sport journalist and Cristina Fantoni La7 journalist
Ferrari, the only team that have always been present in the F1 World Championship, have enjoyed success with six, eight, ten and twelve cylinder aspirated and hybrid engines housed in the front and the rear of vehicles. The most successful period for Ferrari was in the last decade, in which it clinched ten world titles between 2000 and 2004 which were equally distributed between drivers and constructors. Michael Schumacher, who has turned 50 this year, was the outright standout man during that era. The best Ferrari team of all time is coming back together for the Festival dello Sport in Trento. It will take place on 12 October, with then president Luca di Montezemolo, whose reign lasted from 1991 until 2014, Piero Ferrari, the son of the founder, who is still the number two of the company that bears his name, Jean Todt, the current president of the FIA and former director of GES, and Stefano Domenicali, the president of Lamborghini and sporting director of the team back then all on stage. Eddie Irvine, Michael's first team-mate in Maranello (1996-99) will also be in attendance.