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.
Sebastian Vettel was under investigation by the race stewards for not lining up all the way into his starting location. His Ferrari was started from second position on the front row, but he didn’t quite line up into his boxed-off spot. Um, was this intentional, or did Seb party a bit too hard last night?
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne made big headlines this week after saying that Ferrari needs to get into Formula E. In true Sergio fashion, though, that came as news to the Formula E side, whose CEO Alejandro Agag told Jalopnik that the famed Italian marque hasn’t reached out to them about this yet.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is a wildly high-tech and pricey machine, worth at least $1 million in most cases. But this one may soon be an expensive paperweight thanks to one dumbass who doesn’t think import laws apply to him.
I had totally forgotten that Ferrari made one of these, the Ferrari TheFerrari Aperta, where “aperta” creatively means “open” in Italian. Regardless of its doofus name, listening to this car is where the good shit is at.
What’s better than one Ferrari? Two Ferraris. (Unless you don’t like Ferraris, that is.) These two remind me of my cats at dinnertime, but they’re begging me to drive them rather than to feed them.
YouTuber DailyDrivenExotics’ Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 GTR got wrecked during Monterey Car Week last year. Instead of waiting around for it to be completely fixed, they took it out for a rip missing its doors and most of its front end. It runs. It drives. There’s just enough parts back on to make it work. Why not?
To say these two teams have a little history with each other would be the understatement of the year. The No. 62 Risi Competizione Ferrari 488 GTE and the Ford GTs have been ruthless with each other for the whole race. Sebring’s Ford vs. Ferrari battles are the best half-distance replay of Le Mans we could’ve ever…
Hidden in the faraway and mythical land of Sacramento, where the word “Hella” is commonplace, is a darker and sadder reality: a supercar grave yard.
Ferrari doesn’t need to advertise. All it needs to do is put a prancing horse badge on something red with a big engine and it’s gonna sell enough hats and jackets to stay in business. Even still, the company puts together some media for its cars, and for the new 812 Superfast, it went retrowave.
People say the Ferrari 308 GTB was hot trash, but you know, I wouldn’t kick one out of my garage today.
Earlier this week, the Ferrari world was lit up by a lawsuit that alleged one LaFerrari hypercar had its odometer rolled back to zero in order to dramatically increase its resale value. In addition, the lawsuit implied this happened with Ferrari’s knowledge and that it was not an isolated incident. I’ve been trying to…
Ferrari’s relationship with the concepts of “truth” and “fairness” has occasionally been a bit like one of their cars on a set of bald tires: fast and loose. Now, in a lawsuit from a longtime Ferrari salesperson, the company is accused of authorizing the use of devices that allow used Ferraris odometers to be rolled…
One thing I dearly miss in the offseason is the roar of Formula One cars. While they’re not as loud as the V8s or V10s of eras past, the V6 turbo engines have slowly upped the volume back up to an acceptably rowdy level. Here’s what this year’s Ferrari SF70H sounds like. It’s finally decent again.
Once more, the much heralded 2017 Formula One season has not even started and already we have a question of which team came up with which loophole not-cheat first. A day after Mercedes showed off its how-many-wings-was-that car, Ferrari has shown its new racer with a very similar rear setup.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is no doubt a stunning machine, but if you were worried it looked too, uh, traditional for whatever reason, it looks like Ferrari’s Special Projects division is cooking up something weird enough to suit your needs.