Every time some stupid show goes off the air, talking heads always refer to it as the end of an era when it isn’t at all - you’ll be able to binge watch the same episodes on Netflix until your eyes bleed or until you realize that your taste in sitcoms is severely lacking. However, when the subject is exotic sports…
It’s not every day that you see a Ferrari with a V12 and a manual transmission for sale for less than a new Jaguar. Then again, you don’t usually find a Ferrari in grey primer sitting on yellow wheels either.
A 681 horsepower V12, four-wheel steering, a more aerodynamic body and a historic name. In short, that’s Ferrari’s all-wheel drive offering for 2017. Forget the Ferrari FF, it’s called the GTC4 Lusso now.
A 1957 Ferrari with racing history deeper than its new owner’s pockets initially took the title for most expensive car ever sold at an auction on Friday. But that may not be the case—due to changes in currency values, the car is now in a strange competition with another Ferrari for the title.
Belgium. The country famous for its beers, waffles, being the de-facto capital of the European Union, and Jean-Claude Van Damme. I guess it’s time to add “Ferrari Mondial Mailbox” to that list.
Ferrari had a rough go of it in the stock market today, but that’s alright. Lots of companies have a rough go of it in the market every day. Thankfully, Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne basically said that no matter how rough it gets, we won’t have a Ferrari SUV. But some commenters don’t think that’s enough.
Sergio Marchionne is the head of Ferrari. Not coincidentally, he’s also the head of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. So while in the past he’s said that Ferrari wouldn’t have an SUV, maybe things have changed. After all, Lamborghini’s going to have an SUV soon, and Sergio loves them so much that, bafflingly, it’s pretty…
Ferrari doesn’t reveal its 2016 Formula One livery until February 19, but Italian source F1 Analisi Tecnica says that a bit more white will be involved, this time in a big ring around the air intake.
I had bought my car knowing fairly well what sort of attention it needed. Its mechanicals were mostly taken care of by the super-major service that I gave it in late 2014; there is another write-up dedicated to that. This time I will share the cosmetic restoration that I have been undertaking—OK, I will admit the…
If Thomas Magnum ever got fed up with being the best private detective Oahu had to offer and went racing instead, you know he’d have gone for a 308 GTB rally car despite anything Higgins had to say to the contrary.
Acura just dropped six minutes of what appears to be b-roll advertisement footage for the almost-new NSX, except there’s one glaring problem: it’s completely silent.
With claims of having multiple data files regarding its Formula One endeavors stolen, Mercedes-Benz filed a lawsuit against a team engineer understood to be on his way to join a competitor—the Ferrari F1 team.
Seeing Esteban Gutierrez on track in the Sauber Ferrari C33 without other racers or a crowd is incredible. But being able to watch a lap without ridiculous music, dramatic light-sweeps or some corny voiceover is a real rare treat. You’re welcome.
There’s a video of the aftermath of a street race between a Lamborghini and a Ferrari going viral on Facebook now, and it’s about as stark and grim a reminder of the dangers of street racing as you can get. So, you’re warned: the video below, while not strictly bloody, is very disturbing, and has what appears to be a…
When you’re a retired Admiral who has owned and raced a 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Series II by Scaglietti since the June of 1960 with your wife, I would say life has been good to you. Petrolucious has quite a tale for us.
Finding out that the future of the United States Grand Prix is in jeopardy due to monetary concerns—well, it’s really a shame. I mean, when else do we get to welcome foreign driving legends like Sebastian Vettel to this land? Not often.
The Ferrari F12tdf debuted at Mugello Circuit in Italy just over a week ago, and Autocar’s Matt Prior took it out for a test drive to give us a bit of a closer look at the new 770-horsepower beast.
Ferrari officially unveiled the new F12tdf over the weekend at its Finali Mondiali festival at Mugello Circuit in Tuscany, Italy—all 770 horsepower of it. We’ve all seen the photos (even some out in the wild) of the new car, but now we get to watch and hear it come to life.