Motorsport Network photographer Ercole Colombo, recalls some his favourite memories of "Il commendatore" - or as Colombo called him "l'Ingegnere" - Enzo Ferrari, on the weekend of the Italian Grand Prix and the celebrations of the Scuderia's 90th year.
Speaking from his studio in Monza, Colombo shows off mementos and memories from his career as an F1 photographer, spanning over 700 grands prix and talks openly about his legendary with the legendary Ferrari founder.
He explains what it was like to navigate a tricky relationship with Ferrari as a journalist, and reveals the story behind Ferrari's last visit to the F1 garage.
You can catch Ercole's latest photographic exhibition in Monza town centre this weekend, in the Piazza Roma.
Entitled "Campioni nel Cuore / Champions in the heart", it presents a collection of finest Colombo's work from his career. Entry is free and it is open over the course of the Italian GP weekend. The exhibition runs until September 22.
Place: Arengario of Monza
Address: Piazza Roma
Opening times: 5 to 7 September: 10am-11pm.
8th to 22nd September: Tuesday-Friday 3pm-7pm Saturday and Sunday 10am-1pm / 3pm-7pm. Monday closed
Info: +39 02 36638600
For more of Ercole's work online and to buy prints, visit: https://www.motorsportimages.com/brands/ercole-colombo/