Ferrari doesn’t need you to love the California T in order to sell loads of them, but it’s nice to know that the new version is miles better than their first try from 2008.
The first-ever standalone Ferrari Challenge race at Austin’s Circuit of the Americas wasn’t just a race. It was a celebration of speed, and owners brought out the good stuff for this party.
If you like fast cars and Formula One circuits, our own Stef Schrader is at Circuit of the Americas right now hanging out with a Ferrari Challenge race team. The team offered a garage tour, and we’re hear to take you guys along with us with Jalopnik Live! on Facebook.
It’s Ferrari Challenge weekend over at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, and our own Stef Schrader is out there hanging out with Ferraris new and old—the 488 GTB, F40, FXX, Dino and the only F12tdf on display in the United States so far. If you can’t be there, join us live for some fun.
We’ve got two-time 24 Hours of Daytona winner Didier Theys in a shiny new Ferrari 488 GTB, and we’re on Austin’s Formula One track. What better way is there to spend a Saturday afternoon? Join us live as we see what Ferrari’s latest, greatest sports car can really do.
Dreary, rainy weather isn’t always bad, especially when hundreds of Italian horses decide to pose in it. Use it as a metaphor for your week ahead—sure, Monday morning is a dreary time, but there’s always something beautiful waiting in the rain. (That was overly poetic, but hey. It’s fine.)
A San Diego-based EV conversion company salvaged a charred Ferrari (they had many to choose from) by turning it into what the company claims is the first fully electric Ferrari, a 415-horsepower electric tire-crusher. It’s glorious, if a little blasphemous.
Jeremy Clarkson recently drove a Ferrari 488 GTB, and subsequently reviewed how driving it in Britain makes people intolerant, bitter, and outlandish. So, it makes them a bit like Jeremy Clarkson?
There are people in this world who love surprises. I am not one of them. As Jalopnik’s Video Director, it’s my job to make sure surprises don’t happen while we’re on a video shoot. Yet, in late February, the Jalopnik staff managed to put one past me—and I don’t completely hate them for it.
It’s one thing when an 18-wheeler passes by on the highway and kicks up a rock into your windshield. It’s another, however, when you take off behind the wheel of a friend’s Ferrari 458 Speciale and put a huge crack in the windshield. When it happened to this YouTube user, he “wanted to disappear from the universe.”
Ferrari, a company that still makes fast cars but wants to be known more for making trinkets like hats and perfumes with pictures of pretty horses on them, went to Wall Street with the promise that it would now be a company that wanted to be known for making trinkets like hats and perfumes with pictures of pretty…
The LaFerrari, with all of somewhere north of 900 horsepower, is a very fast car. You can measure its raw acceleration in time, or distance. Me, I prefer to measure it in neck. Just look at that dude’s neck.
If your exotic sports car was stolen decades ago, don’t give up hope just yet. As it turns out, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection can end up recovering your rosso corsa wonder, even if it’s 28 years later some bastards took her.
Ferrari Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel’s version of a post-race spat is somehow incredibly tame and hilariously immature all at the same wonderful time. After complaining about a first-lap incident all throughout the Chinese Grand Prix, both he and the target of his rage end up on the podium.
I hear it all the time: “How hard is it to get in a car and just shoot an awesome video?” That’s because the very best car videos make it look easy, like someone hopped in some amazing machine and went drifting all day long—simple as that. But video shoots are incredibly complicated, time-consuming efforts, and that…
If I were forced to think of a car equivalent to the tastefulness and explosive outrageous viciousness of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, I’d think of the new Ferrari F12tdf, which Ramsay himself happens to own.
According to a new report, there’s a decent chance that Ferrari is planning on selling a second “entry-level” model alongside the current California T. Are you going to say it? Fine, I’ll say it. Are they bringing the Dino name back?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!