“When Enzo Ferrari called me to put me in my place, I thought that he was mad because I fully lacked the necessary experience. I was only 26 and I was fresh out of university. He told me: “You think about working as an engineer and don’t worry about anything else. I’ll be by your side”. And so he did. He always followed me, during good and bad times, often even when I was wrong, because he realised that when you have a manager and you show him that he was wrong, the manager automatically loses authority. That’s why he supported me”.
Read the interview Mauro Forghieri – Chapter 2