Piero Ferrari

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Piero Lardi Ferrari
Born (1945-05-22) 22 May 1945 (age 70)
Castelvetro di Modena, Italy
Nationality Italian
Occupation Vice Chairman of Ferrari S.p.A
Spouse(s) Floriana Nalin
Children 1

Piero Lardi Ferrari (born 22 May 1945 in Castelvetro di Modena, Italy) is the second and only living son of Enzo Ferrari and presently 10% owner of the Ferrari automotive company where he is also Vice Chairman of the company. His mother was Enzo's mistress, Lina Lardi.[1] As divorce was illegal in Italy until 1975, he could not be acknowledged as a Ferrari family member until the death of Enzo's wife, Laura, in 1978.[2] His legitimate half-brother, Dino, died in 1956 of muscular dystrophy.

Ferrari started working with Enzo Ferrari in the 1970s, first supervising the production of road cars, and then as organiser of the racing department. In 1988, as the sole heir of the Ferrari family, he was nominated Vice Chairman following his father's death. In 1998 he was nominated president of Piaggio Aero Engineering.

Ferrari was awarded the title of Cavaliere del Lavoro in 2004.[3] He also possesses a degree in engineering from the Modena University. He is married to Floriana Nalin and has a daughter and two grandchildren. He lives in Modena in his father's old residence.


  • Pritchard, Anthony (2009). Ferrari: Men from Maranello. Haynes Publishing. p. 100. ISBN 978-1-84425-414-9. 

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Bruno Senna
Lorenzo Bandini Trophy
Succeeded by
Daniel Ricciardo