Since most mere mortals can only imagine what it's like to sit at the carbon fiber helm of the Ferrari F430 Spider Scuderia 16M, this flash visualization provides the next best thing. »
What happens when you bolt two superchargers to a Ferrari 430 Scuderia? Well, you get 717 HP at 8,350 RPM, and 532 lb-ft of torque at 6,250 RPM. That massive power is good for 216 MPH when equipped with an available taller gear ratio. Accelerating from a standstill, you'll hit 62 MPH in 3.5 seconds, and 124 MPH in… »
Now, we understand there's still an ongoing debate on the coolness of flat black paint jobs, but let's raise the question again. This time, we've got a certain Ferrari F430 Scuderia weighing in on the matter. We thought the Scuderia was a vast improvement over the styling of the standard F430, but this non-glossy… »
Well, after Ferrari unveiled it for "friends" last week, and for select media a few weeks prior to that, they decided the peons can see it today. So without further ado, here's the new F430 Scuderia. Don't for a moment try to contain that cargasm you're having. We didn't.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo decided he wanted to first unveil (we mean after the press photos) the new F430 Scuderia to a select group of "friends" before it's officially unveiled to the full spectrum of media at the Frankfurt Auto Show next week. So, he invited all of his "friends" to the Maranello Fiorano… »
We already showed you the Ferrari F430 Scuderia via pictures from Ferrari, but now we've got ourselves, courtesy of the Dutch bloggers of autos, some video of what appears to be the Scuderia. The video shows the purported Scuderia scooting through a gate and taking a little trip in and out of what appears to be a… »
Mama Mia! Ferrari's just dropped a few shots of their next Italian supercar they'll be officially unveiling in Frankfurt. It's the Scuderia edition F430, a 2-seater berlinetta with an extremely low weight-to-power ratio of just 2.45 kg per hp thanks to a low dry weight of just 1250 kg - 100 kg less than the standard… »
It's that time of year again — time for all good Scuderia Ferrari engineers to smile nervously, as the product of a year's worth of sleepless nights bombs onto the Fiorano track for the first time. That product is the F2007 — Ferrari's entry for the coming F1 season, which is being preliminarily shaken down this… »