David Lee and I have a lot in common: Ferrari won’t sell him a LaFerrari Aperta, and no one on Craigslist will sell me a Mondial for under $6,000.
Or, rather, Ferrari has this really, really antiquated and very dumb, stick-up-the-ass view of itself that hasn’t matured or grown up to figure out how a flighty thing like image is cultivated in 2017.
There’s a good reason why so many events happen at Fuji Speedway. It’s one of Japan’s biggest and most famous race circuits. Its close proximity to Tokyo helps too; if you’re lucky you can get there in an hour and a half or so. Plus, it provides a beautiful backdrop. So I’m not going to complain when the Ferrari Club…
If you thought you could take a break from the cruel, unfair realities of this world with a nice day of racing, just remember: Everything is terrible, and there is no justice or fairness in this world. Case in point, the No. 82 Risi Competizione Ferrari just got taken out of Le Mans by an absolutely stupid avoidable…
I always liked the Ferrari FF for being about the weirdest car on sale. I don’t mean the weirdest Ferrari on sale; I mean that the two-transmission’d FF was one of the odder cars a person could buy, cost no object. This year it got what I thought was a pointless facelift. As Chris Harris explains, it’s more than that.
Ferraris are expensive, in case you weren’t aware. This one here is currently on sale in Québec for $1.6 million. Tabernac de crisse de calisse de ostie!
One of the coolest track toys you can buy—no joke—is an old NASCAR racer. Not only are they built like tanks and sound glorious, but they also make for hilarious situations like this, where a Toyota Tundra race truck chases down a Ferrari 458.
Though he sat on pole position for the first time in nine years at the Monaco Grand Prix and looked about as thrilled as Kimi Raikkonen can, it was his Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel who got the big win Sunday. A less dominant force than usual, Lewis Hamilton finished seventh after a disastrous qualifying run.
You know that part in Star Wars where they go speeding through a narrow channel to blow up the Death Star? That’s what the Monaco Grand Prix circuit feels like at speed, except with Formula One cars. It’s absurdly tight and narrow, and you should enjoy its ridiculousness in this onboard of Kimi Räikkönen’s…
The Ferrari 312 B3 Spazzaneve (snowplow) from 1972 was “so ugly that it never raced,” as we described it a few years ago. F1 fans never got to see its wedge concept race, but now we can hear its flat-12 wail and my god does it sound good.
When everybody’s favorite mumbler, Kimi Raikkonen, wrecked out on the first lap of the Spanish Grand Prix Sunday, a young Ferrari fan in the crowd showed more emotion than Raikkonen probably has, total, in his lifetime. The kid looked like someone stole his new puppy. But Raikkonen turned that all around.
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Here’s something surprising: the big and nasty Ferrari V12 isn’t too good for the environment.
When a Ferrari goes up in flames, it’s just another day in the office. But when that Ferrari is one of eight F40 prototypes, tears come streaming down our faces. Sadly, it looks like one of those rare F40s—one allegedly owned by insane YouTube stunt crew Tax The Rich—is gone from the face of the earth, Motor1 reports.
Every time I see Ryan Tuerck’s epic Toyota GT86 with the V8 from a Ferrari 458 stuffed into its hood, I still can’t believe how cool it is. It’s the insane drift build that just won’t quit, but let’s face it: if I had a 458 engine swapped into anything, I’d hoon it all the time, too.
While most people’s idea of brunch typically involves overpriced French Toast at the latest hip restaurant and binging on mimosas, the Ferrari Owner’s Club of Japan have a different idea of the concept. A much louder, much more expensive idea.
As much as we love to discuss high horsepower figures, brakes are just as important when it comes to driving a fast car quickly. And if you need any reminders, this video of a Ferrari 488 GTB at Portugal’s Estoril should help you out.
Wanna hear a joke? A former Russian mayor wanted to show off his new Ferrari, so he drove it into a mall and did a series of donuts around bumbling security guards. No, you’re not laughing? Weird... Alexander Donskoy, the driver, former mayor of Arkhangelsk, Russia, thought it was hilarious.