Sergio Marchionne is the head of Ferrari. Not coincidentally, he’s also the head of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. So while in the past he’s said that Ferrari wouldn’t have an SUV, maybe things have changed. After all, Lamborghini’s going to have an SUV soon, and Sergio loves them so much that, bafflingly, it’s pretty…
Gas prices have been nice and low lately (well, it’s not so nice for all of us), but that extra cash in your pocket may be offset by higher car insurance rates this year.
Tesla Motors delivered more than 50,000 cars (or 50,580, to be exact) for the first time in 2015, which is better than not bad for a “startup.” How’s the Model X doing? There’s a couple hundred on the road already, thanks for asking.
Have your eye on one of those lovely electric motorcycles we talked about yesterday? You should. If so, you’ll be glad to know Congress supports your decision and wants to help make buying electric a little easier on your bank account.
Elio Motors aims to be the first successfully crowdfunded vehicle manufacturer. Its social media pages solicit donations with big dreams and tales of even bigger successes yet to come. But now that Elio wants to sell shares in the company, its first financial filings with the government paint a much more somber and…
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.
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.
Wyoming-based Center Point Management LLC has filed a lawsuit against Tooele County and likely buyer Mitime, alleging that the parties broke the law in allowing Mitime to purchase Miller Motorsports Park for a lower bid than Center Point offered.
Racing is expensive. The cars, the trucks, the tires, hell, even the snazzy polo shirts with a little logo on it all cost money. But it’s always been a mystery just how much money. Until now. Here’s the story of how one team spent more than $150,000 on all of it – and that’s just for one race.
Reports came in earlier today said that Miller Motorsports Park, Utah’s premier race track, was about to be sold to Geely Automotive, a Chinese company primarily known in the U.S. for owning Volvo. But it turns out the new owner isn’t quite Geely Automotive, though it is a subsidiary. And they plan to keep MMP right…
Miller Motorsports Park, a gorgeous race track in Utah, is up for sale. That much we knew, but what we didn’t know was who was going to happen to it. But a new report from a local news station says that Geely Automotive – yes, that Geely, the Chinese company that owns Volvo – is going to buy it.
50 Cent, rapper, artist, video gamesman, and someone with the business savvy and acumen to top Donald Trump, has declared bankruptcy. We’ve already learned much from it, such as that he didn’t really own a Lamborghini. But we did just learn something incredible – he owns a Suzuki Kizashi. A Suzuki Kizashi SPORT.
Uber, Silicon Valley’s prized amoral unicorn, is presumed to be a financial titan and a sure-thing IPO in the near future. Which may be true. But one thing that’s frequently missing from the conversation about its inevitable dominance over virtually every facet of our lives is the answer to a fundamental question:…
Flights are overbooked all the time. If you’re going to be bumped, don’t volunteer to take the airline’s compensation—whether they offer cash or a voucher. Instead, be one of those passengers involuntarily denied boarding and receive much more in compensation.
You can save a decent amount on your car rental by skipping the insurance. If you paid for your rental with your credit card, you’re most likely already covered. But it’s important to know the specifics of what that card does and doesn’t cover, and how it works.
Ladies and gentlemen, I come to you today with an important news bulletin: there are still human beings, walking among us, who pay for things with cash.
In Part 1, I looked at several forms of low cost motorsport to determine which had the most cost effective price to seat time ratio. Many comments later, enough people had asked about other forms of motorsport that I hadn’t considered, I had enough to write a follow-up article and compare them all.
Today, April 15th, is Tax Day. And you think this is a problem for you, because you are ever-so-slightly disorganized. But today should be the one day you thank the Lord On High that you are not also a NASCAR driver, because doing a NASCAR driver’s taxes is a pit of the deepest, darkest, hottest hellfire. UPDATE