Ferrari's official museum is called the Galleria Ferrari in Maranello. A walk through the place isn't just a history lesson, but rather like coming upon a closet full of hidden surprises. You expect to see an Enzo, a modern Formula 1 car and a few trophies. But how about great vintage racers, like the type of Dino Grand Prix car that American Phil Hill opened his career with? How about a reproduction of Enzo Ferrari's office? The scale-model, wind-tunnel shape used to tune the aerodynamics of the 599 GTB? Or Ferrari's secret experimental engines? We were surprised to find a slant-4 1.5-liter Grand Prix engine from 1981 when the turbocharged formula set in. Ferrari went with a V-6 for racing, but the four with his humungous turbo is a sight. Said to have 800 horsepower...and probably gobs of turbo lag. If you ever get near Maranello, Italy, be sure and put the Galleria on your must-see list.