If you think American Ferrari drivers are unseemly, wait until you come to Eastern Hungary. The owner of this Ferrari F430 Scuderia only missed the center line, that ideal of ass-millinery, by a mere 0.25 car lengths. »
The creators of this video claim this is a private road to a casino they're permitted to hoon on. Either way, it's not safe to race Ferraris in traffic and you shouldn't do it. But you absolutely should watch it. »
Now, we understand there's still an ongoing debate on the coolness of flat black paint jobs, but let's raise the question again. This time, we've got a certain Ferrari F430 Scuderia weighing in on the matter. We thought the Scuderia was a vast improvement over the styling of the standard F430, but this non-glossy… »
Well, after Ferrari unveiled it for "friends" last week, and for select media a few weeks prior to that, they decided the peons can see it today. So without further ado, here's the new F430 Scuderia. Don't for a moment try to contain that cargasm you're having. We didn't.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo decided he wanted to first unveil (we mean after the press photos) the new F430 Scuderia to a select group of "friends" before it's officially unveiled to the full spectrum of media at the Frankfurt Auto Show next week. So, he invited all of his "friends" to the Maranello Fiorano… »