Last weekend the L.A. Summer Concours put about $50 million worth of exotics on the pavement outside Los Angeles’ Staples Center. For $250 a ticket you could walk among them and eat some fancy food, but if you missed the shindig you can still drool on the cars in this little gallery.
For every landmark, legendary automobile there is in history, there’s a poor sap of a car that has to succeed it.
The F40, the F50, the Enzo, the LaFerrari. All were tested during their development by the same test driver. Now he returns to drive them all back-to-back.
TaxTheRich's Ferrari F50 wakeboarding video was pretty sick, wasn't it, brah? One group of folks in England definitely didn't think so: the cops. They're looking into whether any laws were broken during the filming. Lame!
When someone asks you if you want to wakeboard in a random canal behind their screaming Ferrari F50, you say "Yes." It's that simple.
A Ferrari F50 crashed into a lamppost yesterday morning right near Silverstone. The Telegraph estimated its worth at $1.3 million, as much as a new LaFerrari.
The Ferrari F50 is often remembered as a flop: it was slower than the car it replaced and for years its styling was absolutely reviled. I think the problem was that the thing was built 60 years too late, and it’s all because of that engine.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mrn2W-… Hello and welcome to the final installment of MotorWeek Theater, we're glad to have you with us!
For no real reason besides the fact that I like you guys, here's a video of some loud-ass Ferrari startups.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
We've only seen the trailer for James and Jeremy's upcoming DVD, but given that there are a couple Ferraris and a classic Jeep under critical review, we expect it will have the usual Top Gear brilliance we know and love.
Much as we love the F40 and the F60 Enzo, the F50 was the ultimate expression of F1 tech for the road. Here's a dude doing a burnout in one.
This isn't a movie set. This isn't a drawing. This isn't heaven. No, it's actually the tunnel entrance to what may be the world's most secret supercar garage. OK, so maybe it is heaven.
Back in February, we reported that an insurance company had sued the U.S. Department of Justice claiming it was stonewalling responsibility for an FBI agent wrecking a stolen Ferrari F50. Turns out the FBI can wreck your sports car — as long as the agents are on the clock.
Two years ago, federal officials crashed this stolen Ferrari F50 in Kentucky, seized as part of a drug bust. Now the insurance company is suing the U.S. government, saying it's stonewalling over $750,000.