When Enzo Ferrari founded his Italian automobile manufacturing company, his heart and focus were fixed on building race cars, not road cars. Although his work got off to a slow start because of World War II, Ferrari persevered with racing. His first road car was unveiled in 1937 and quickly set the standard for sleek and fast driving machines. Early on, Ferrari race cars were usually found at the starting line (and often the finish) of Motorsport, Formula 1 and Sports Car races. Eventually, Ferrari focused solely on Formula 1 races, posting hundreds of victories in Grand Prix races around the world. The Ferrari is quickly identified by its logo, a prancing black horse on a yellow background. Ferrari has a museum in Maranello, Italy, where you'll find road and race cars. Can't make it to Italy this week? Check out the Ferrari Gallery at barewalls.com.