“Look, I don’t want to sound like someone who shows off but the truth is that for us, victory was logical. Even in ’63, when we won for the first time, we didn’t get too excited either. We accepted victories with a certain sense of calmness because the fact of passing the finish line – in our logic – was part of the circuit. We took it nearly for granted. Otherwise, the sacrifices made by the mechanics, the drivers and the engineers would have been in vain. If you do this job, victory is part of your way of thinking: either yes or yes. Otherwise, it’s impossible to think about leading such a lifestyle…”.
Read the interview Mauro Forghieri – Chapter 1