Why limit your wallpaper to one car when you can have four LaFerraris and two Enzos? Photographer Joshua Francisco took this gorgeous photo at the Ferrari Challenge Sonoma Raceway a couple weeks ago.
A silver Ferrari Enzo is a rare thing indeed... and one with unmuffled tailpipes is, if nothing less, decidedly YouTube worthy. This might be NSFW.
Back in the late 1990s Ferrari was recovering from the disappointment that was the F50 by developing something better: The Enzo.
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.
Today's Paris Motor Show is the first battle of the new-school supercars and Ferrari is entering the show with the carbon chassis of its hybrid Enzo replacement, what we're calling the Ferrari F70. It looks like it just came from the racetrack.
It sure looks like 2013 is going to be a stellar year for billionaires that have an affinity for really fast cars. We already have the Pagani Huayra and Lamborghini Aventador on the roads, and soon they should be joined by the absolutely bonkers McLaren P12 hypercar.
Considering Ferrari hasn't produced a turbocharged vehicle since the F40, we were rather surprised hear the familiar sound of a turbo coming from this California recently spotted on the manufacturer's private test track.
A British expat fled Dubai last year, leaving his $1.6 million Ferrari Enzo behind to gather dust. On Wednesday, it will go up for auction in what might be the most expensive police sale in history. Why did he abandon the car in the first place?
One of the better recent gearhead parlor games is to compare pros and cons among Ferrari's four supercars: the '84 GTO, the F40, the F50, and the Enzo. Although the impromptu donut-making contest between the four in this video isn't what we normally consider, it has its significant charms.
It might seem hard to believe a 25 year old Ford is still faster than a Ferrari Enzo, but this is far from a run of the mill mid 80s Ford. For those unfamiliar with the RS200 Evolution, this ultra rare four wheel drive 600hp monster was originally built by Ford Motorsports in England for competition in the legendarily…
Tiny, boring Luxemburg is not the first thing that comes to mind for spotting supercars. That’s until you consider its economics and location: a rich tax haven less than an hour from the Nürburgring. Now we’re talking.
It's been less than 24 hours since a $1.5 million Ferrari Enzo went bathing in the Atlantic and already we've got a beautifully edited video of the accident and a balanced, philosophical response from the driver and co-driver of the rare FXX clone.
The mysterious cache of exotic cars collected by the Sultan of Brunei has been hidden from public view for many years — until this week, when 21 popped up for sale for as much as $2 million. The worst news? The sultan never drove most of them.
What's the point of having a Ferrari Enzo if you can't enjoy driving it? None. This is why we credit the owner of this particular Enzo for slowly breaking apart the carbon bonds on a set of expensive car tires merely for the amusement of all.
An amusing byproduct of a life of automotive obsession is coming across some weird and interesting automotive facts. This weekend we want to know about the best automotive fact or figure you've come across so far. What is your favorite piece of car trivia?
The Noah's Ark of untouched supercars we identified yesterday as belonging to the Sultan of Brunei may actually be in Singapore, despite being sold by some Kiwis.
A broker is selling 25 Ferraris, three Lamborghinis, and a Cizeta, among other rare supercars. All are unregistered with delivery mileage only, which means they almost certainly belong to the Sultan of Brunei. Who is selling the Sultan's cars?