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. »
You might find a supercar touring the south of France, or going sideways on a racetrack. You do not one in the middle of a vacant lot. Or, well, I guess you do. »
Williams Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas cut across into a turn in Russia and was knocked out of position by Ferrari’s Kimi Räikkönen. While Kimi received a 30 second penalty for that, the incident cost Bottas a solid top ten finish in Russia. Now it’s Bottas’ turn to take the inside line and knock Räikkönen out of… »
A LaFerrari wrecked earlier today, reportedly on the streets of Hungary’s capital city of Budapest. While we haven’t managed to find video of the event just yet, several photos from the crash scene are currently up on Facebook. »
I’m talking, of course, about the humble taco. Putting delicious edibles in an easy to hold tortilla is clearly the pinnacle of human invention. Mexican Ferrari test driver Esteban Gutiérrez sat down to teach his teammates key facts about his country (such as “tacos rule”) ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix. »
Kimi Räikkönen doesn’t care about your media presentation, the rain, or your puny Rolex wall. Nothing can contain the Iceman. Not even Circuit of the Americas’ walls. »
Mathematically, Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton could clinch a third world driver’s championship this weekend. Because one of the key players in that equation will take a grid penalty for this weekend’s United States Grand Prix, Hamilton’s job just got a bit easier. Here’s why you should watch anyway.
Lots of kids who like Ferraris and also money have wondered how much it would take to buy up Ferrari. Not a Ferrari, all of Ferrari. (Alright, weird kids.) The answer to that question was a mystery for almost all of Ferrari’s history. Until today, as Ferrari just closed its first day on the public markets. »
Nearly all 1,311 Ferrari F40s built between 1987 and 1992 went to their lucky owners from the factory with a stripped out interior and a Rosso Corsa paint job—except for a select few which did not. »
Like most people, I’ve always felt the Ferrari F12berlinetta (I didn’t forget a space, that’s how they like the name) was a little too tame. I mean, only 740 HP? Acceleration that only slams your brains mostly out the back of your head? We deserve more. Happily, Ferrari listened, and now we have the Ferrari F12tdf. »
When you want to buy shares in a company and you don’t want to sound like a doofus, you use the ticker symbol that it’s listed under. Ford is simply F, Microsoft is MSFT, and a random French bank is CRAP. When Ferrari goes on sale on the New York Stock Exchange in just a few weeks, it’ll be under RACE. »
There’s good reason why safety cars often come out to aid with the recovery of hard to reach pieces of debris on track. If we just let marshals go out into the middle of the race track with no warning, things like this tend to happen.