This is a Ferrari F2003GA, with a 3.0-liter V10 that can howl to 19,000 RPM and, as far as this new 1:01.2 lap record of Road Atlanta suggests, bend the fabric of spacetime.
Track events are a staple for performance car manufacturers, and many of them offer racing car services for clients. Aston Martin, Mercedes Benz, BMW, and others host hospitality days and racing for their clients and club members at big circuits regularly, providing another level of service and brand excitement. But…
People can claim cars and car enthusiasts are dying out, but Aston Martin is surging ahead with its recent revitalization with plans to offer not just the Valkyrie hypercar and upcoming mid-engine Ferrari 488 rival, but also yet another million-dollar mid-engine hypercar to take on whatever McLaren plans to do next.
Since the 1980s, Ferrari has had veto power in Formula One—if it doesn’t like a rule the series or its governing body, the FIA, wants to implement, the team can step in and stop things. FIA president Jean Todt thinks Ferrari should lose that ability, which brings up the question of why the team has it in the first…
Winter is finally abating, and soon all of our pristine, rust-prone old cars will be back on the road again. Except for all of us who do drive our cool old cars through the winter anyway, like this guy and his Ferrari F40.
Hybrid cars. They really are the way of the future, especially if you want to keep making massive amounts of horsepower and performance while also complying with emissions standards, something that a company like Ferrari is definitely interested in. And it seems like a Ferrari hybrid V8 is just around the corner.
No, really, tell me how to feel about it, because when I laid eyes on it, I stopped feeling anything at all. I don’t know up from down anymore, right from left. Good from bad.
About a year ago, we reported a lawsuit that accused Ferrari authorizing a Florida dealer of illegally rolling back odometers on its cars. Now, this week, Ferrari admitted to knowingly allowing its dealers do this for certain owners, which is highly illegal and could screw the entire used Ferrari market. Here’s what…
You may recall that last year we reported on a lawsuit from a longtime Ferrari salesperson that alleged that Ferrari authorized the use of devices that could roll back the odometers of used Ferraris, dramatically (and illegally) increasing their value. Now, according to a report by the Daily Mail, there’s evidence…
Keep it simple, today. Keep it classic. Keep it Ferrari 456 GT.
Stare deep into the red abyss that is the new 2018 Ferrari SF71H Formula One car. Fall deep into every shiny red curve of its shape. Lose your mind in the madness that is its incredibly rosso corsa wings. Ferrari’s new car is extremely red, as if they’re out for blood after a 10-year championship-free streak in F1.
If you are lucky enough to own one of the 499 Ferrari 458 Speciale Apertas ever produced, you’re probably familiar with its price—over $650,000. You probably also know that you need insurance to make it legal to drive on most public streets, a requirement that got one 458 driver in trouble in London earlier this…
To the Ferrari purists out there who expressed some dismay that the new performance version of the 488 GTB would use the “GTO” moniker, relax: It seems like the car will be called the 488 Pista instead, according to these leaked press images. Update: Yep, it’s official now.
Ferrari’s current mid-engined V8 sports car, the 488, doesn’t yet have an amped-up version like the 348 GT Competizione, 360 Challenge Stradale, the F430 Scuderia and the 458 Speciale that preceded it. And this latest teaser video definitely shows... something.
This stretchy Ferrari 360 Modena has been a ray of sunshine in my life during these long, dreary, overcast months of winter. Everything is gray and cold. This Ferrari limo is not. I really can’t understand why no one bought it on eBay.
Every so often in this trash world, we get to wake up to some good news that’s like a ray of sunlight on a gray and stormy day. Today’s breath of fresh air concerns the New Stratos, which apparently has finally been greenlit for production. Update: The New Stratos will still use Ferrari F430 underpinnings.
I know the whole Ford vs. Ferrari story has been done to death already, but if it’s James Mangold at the helm, then I might actually give this new movie a watch.
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Buying Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Maybachs and flaunting wealth seems like a good idea until Bulgaria, one of the most impoverished members of the European Union, decides to have police stop and check expensive cars and investigate owners for tax fraud and money laundering.