The idea for the Zonda F came from a man who was more than a champion, Juan Manuel Fangio. He always used to say that the F1 had to be innovative, safe and had to be powered by a Mercedes-Benz engine. In his memory, the man who used to make everything different, the Zonda F was born.
Juan Manuel Fangio was much more than a great champion. His accuracy, his uprightness, and his human and technical sensibility were among his qualities, typical of the old-time men, they have been for me, an example and an inspiration source.
Very often, I ask myself how something so material, like a drawing or a technical choice, can express and convey the philosophy of such a men. The name of "el coche", the way he used to call the car, should have been Fangio F1. He followed the project with a strong enthusiasm, according to his ideas the F1 had to be innovative, safe and had to be powered by a Mercedes-Benz engine.
He then passed away and as a sign of respect I did not dare to call the car Fangio F1 and I decided to name it Zonda, "el viento de los Andes".
Today, after years spent in a rigorous search for perfection, the result is the Zonda F, a car that I wish to dedicate to Juan Manuel Fangio, the man who has made everything different.
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