Alfredo Ferrari, known as Dino (Modena, January 19, 1932 - Milan, June 30, 1956), was an Italian engineer and designer. Son of Enzo Ferrari, founder of the car manufacturer of the same name, and his first wife Laura Garello, he was suffering from Duchenne's dystrophy and died at the age of 24. Dino Ferrari has been credited with designing the famous 1,986 cc V6 engine, conceived for the participation of Scuderia Ferrari in Formula 2 races and which, after his death, will be mounted on some cars bearing his name.

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