I don't care what you think. Call me a dweeb. Call the guy who built this thing a nerd. Whatever, this Ferrari F1 car transformer costume rules.
Public records are a funny thing. With just a little time and research you can find out nearly anything you could ever possibly want to know. Sometimes those records will incite anger when published for public viewing.
Tuner cars are typically very polarizing. Take anything from Mansory, Gemballa, or others, and the reactions will either be pure disgust or unabashed adoration.
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.
We all know that London has become a hotbed for supercars in recent years, particularly those owned by summer vacationers from Arab countries who essentially have more money than God.
We've got some crazy news coming out of Los Angeles this evening: TMZ is reporting that a paparazzi photographer was killed in a crash while attempting to snap photos of Justin Bieber's Ferrari.
The Sultan of Brunei's car collection is one of the most famous — and secretive — in the world. Hundreds of cars are kept squirreled away in a locked garage where they are rarely driven. That means that some of them are decaying while others remain pristine, brand new examples of the rarest cars in the world.
Back in the late 1990s Ferrari was recovering from the disappointment that was the F50 by developing something better: The Enzo.
In 2011, Ferrari unveiled a Formula One car that they decided to call the F150. Ferrari didn't seem to realize that Ford sells a quite popular truck that is known as the F150.
Benjamin Sloss Treynor is the Vice President of Engineering at Google. He's smart. He's rich. And he loves cars.
When photos of the "Ferrari 770 Daytona" showed up last week from tuning house Milano Torino we made it clear we were skeptical. If you want to make a retro Ford Thunderbird on a Mustang platform have at thee, but try to make your own Ferrari and they'll slap that shit down faster than you can say "Glickenhaus" as…
As you all know, it's 12/12/12 today. For a brief moment, it will also be 12/12/12 12:12:12,12. While this is undoubtedly all very exciting, instead of waiting for the apocalypse, let's talk about V12s instead! That is the right thing to do!
The California is kind of the unwanted stepchild in the current Ferrari lineup. It's not as fast as the 458 and isn't as good at transporting four people as the FF. But in 20 years, it will be one of the most sought after Ferraris from this generation.
These are the best supercar sounds of 2012, shot by Marchettino and cut down to a sweet twelve minutes. All the supercars. They're all here. Enjoy.
This is the first non-camouflaged picture of the Ferrari F70, the replacement for the Enzo. Halfway covered in shadow, it doesn't look as terrible as we'd expected.
I spent my Sunday riding shotgun in a one-of-800 Ferrari in part of a million dollar convoy of the finest vintage sports cars money can buy. Here's how I did it.
We already knew that Ferrari was going to auction the first F12 in America for Hurricane Sandy relief at the Austin GP this weekend. Now we have the country-fried video.
Ever since the map of the Circuit of the Americas came out, I've been wondering: What's it like to drive on that thing? When am I gonna get my chance to go through those winding corners and crazy elevation changes? When, Lord? When? When's gonna be my time?
One of motorsport's more dramatic pictures, this is British driver David Piper's Ferrari 250 GTO in Angola, 1962. It was part of a trip filled with victories, but defined by controversy.