Crashed Connecticut Enzo Was Being Driven By Two Dealership Employees

When we first saw a crashed Ferrari Enzo on I-95 in Connecticut yesterday, we were understandably heartbroken. But today the heartbreak is even worse, since it's now come out that the occupants of the car didn't even include the owner, but two employees of Miller Motorcars, a local dealership. » 6/24/14 10:35am 6/24/14 10:35am

$500,000 Ferrari F40 Crashed After Someone Foolishly Drives It In The Rain

The Ferrari F40 is arguably one of the most beautiful modern Ferraris, but there's no argument that it's the most bonkers. Giant turbos, huge wing, and no serious driver aids to speak of, it is not easy to drive (they crash all the time) as an owner in Vancouver discovered yesterday when he wrecked one in the rain. » 9/10/12 5:50am 9/10/12 5:50am

Before he crashed his Enzo, Stefan Eriksson raced a Ferrari 360 at Le Mans

You may remember a certain Swede named Bo Stefan Eriksson. He’s the Swedish criminal-masquerading-as-tech-executive at the smoke and mirrors company Tiger Telematics, makers of the Gizmondo game console, and who, on a fateful day in February 2006, propelled a Ferrari Enzo at 200 mph into a pole on the Pacific Coast… » 3/22/11 10:00am 3/22/11 10:00am