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Why are Ferrari's always red?

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Interesting story here:

Ferraris are known for their iconic red color, which has become a symbol of the brand. The reason behind this can be traced back to the early days of motor racing. In the early 20th century, each country was assigned a color to identify their racing cars. Italy was given the color red, and Ferrari continued to use this color even after the international color code was abandoned.
Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the company, was also known to be superstitious, and he believed that the color red brought good luck to his racing team. Ferrari started using red as the primary color for its racing cars in the 1920s, and it has remained the brand's signature color ever since.
Today, Ferrari offers a range of colors for its cars, but red is still the most popular choice among its customers. The company has also developed different shades of red over the years, including Rosso Corsa, which is the most famous and recognizable shade of red associated with the brand.
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