Hi, I’m still new here, so before I get to more current activities, I thought I would go back to some significant car-related adventures in the recent past.
There’s an old saying that compares exotic cars to beautiful women. Sometimes you can’t resist enjoying her beautiful, sensual curves, the saying goes. Sometimes, you’re stuck on the side of the road because the engine has exploded into a thousand pieces no larger than the human eyeball.
It's a universal truth—anywhere there are exotic cars, there will be exotic car crashes. The Netherlands are certainly no different. The Dutch owner of this bright yellow Ferrari F355 GTS drove it into a brick house Friday night.
Can you eat your cake and have it, too? Can you drive your Ferrari F355 convertible for half the day, then, effortlessly, switch over to a bike despite having no roof or trunk on which to mount it? If you're this enterprising driver the answer is "rich people can make anything happen."
A would-be member of the Ferrari elite made the mistake of over-cooking it and landing on the grass during a test drive. I wonder which way the body shop is…
We don't have a Ferrari. But if we did we'd consider building an entire house around it so you could view it while cooking, eating, or defecating. Heck, we're gonna do it for our Volvo.
It takes inspired madness to imagine the perfect mate for a Ferrari F355 chassis is a Citroen 2CV Fourgonnette body. After thousands of hours of labor, this is the fastest French bread-van you'll ever see.
We at Jalopnik have sort of become connoisseurs of the Ferrari crash. And while the Eddie Griffith Enzo Crash may be considered an enjoyable appetizer and the the original Ferrari Enzo crash the piece d'resistance, this video of a dumbass in an F355 is merely a refreshing Apéritif. You can do burnouts? Cool, so could…