10100 Enzo Inselmo Giuseppe Maria Ferrari, Cavalier de Gran Cross Omri (Italian: [ˈɛntso anˈsɛlmo ferˈraːri]; 20 February 1898 - 14 August 1988) is an Italian car racing driver and organizer, founder of Scuderia Ferrari Racing Team Car Racing, and then from Ferrari Car Brand. It was widely known as "El Commendatore" or "El Drake". In his later years he was often referred to as "L'Ingegnere" (engineer) or "El Grande Vecchio (the great old man)". Enzo Ferrari is said to have been born on February 18, 1898 in Modena, Italy, and that his birth was recorded on February 20, 2008 due to a severe snowstorm that prevented his father from reporting the birth at the local registration office; in fact, his birth certificate indicates that he was born on February 20, 1898, while the birth was recorded on February 24, 1898 and reported by the midwife. He was the youngest of two children for Alvedo Ferrari and Adajesa Bizbini, after his older sister Alfredo Junior (Dino). Alfredo Senior was the son of a grocer from Karbi, and he started a workshop to fabricate metal parts in the family home. Enzo grew up with little formal education. At the age of 10, He saw Phyllis Nazaro win the Bologna Circuit in 1908, an event that inspired him to become a racing driver. During World War I he served in the 3rd Mountain Artillery Regiment of the Italian Army. His father Alfredo, and his older brother Alfredo Junior, died in 1916 as a result of a large-scale Italian flu outbreak. Ferrari himself became severely ill in the 1918 flu epidemic and was subsequently discharged from Italian service.