Once again, a Ferrari has met its end at the hands of its most persistent enemy: fire. This time the culprit caught up with its prey in a Pennsylvania hospital parking garage.
A Ferrari outside Vancouver, British Columbia completely, utterly, and totally destroyed a house last night when it caught fire. Because of course it did.
The commute people in the Washington D.C. area face every day is so bad that the Capitol Beltway easily just topped our list of worst highways in America. Even if you're not on the Beltway, the rest of the D.C. region is just miserable. How do you make it worse? You add a flaming Ferrari, that's how.
Just imagine you, all handsome, in your retirement. I bet you're feeling quite proud of yourself. Worked your way up, with nothing but your bootstraps. Had a career. Family. A retirement home in Boca. Now, a Ferrari. Red. Yeah, that will look good. Until it goes up in flames.
In today's edition of Just Desserts: Automotive Edition, an asshat was reportedly seen swerving in and out of traffic near San Francisco, only to be halted by his Ferrari 458 blowing up.
Just like how people try to have the first baby of the New Year, other people try to get recognized for having the first Ferrari to explode on its own.
As you can see from this grizzly Ferrari flambe that burned the hell out of two young men Friday, teenagers and Ferraris don't mix well at 4:00 am. Akshay Panducherry, 18, crashed the car near a high school Friday, and it burst into flames.
Well, ladies and gentlemen, we've received reports of another Ferrari fire, this time on the famed Nürburgring in Germany.
Immolated supercars have become a pretty frequent sight here on Jalopnik and in other news outlets. Once, these mighty machines dropped jaws and panties with their stunning looks and obscenely powerful engines.
A fire that started yesterday is raging in the underground garage of Paris's Ritz Hotel below the Place Vendome, allegedly caused by a Ferrari that burst into flames. The garage is typically full of exotic cars and damage could be well over $6 million once the fire is extinguished. Because, yes, the fire still isn't…
It's been a few months since Ferrari recalled its 458 Italia to fix a defect that led to the vehicles catching fire. Which is why there's fresh interest after a purportedly "fixed" 458 caught fire in Sao Paolo, Brazil.