Underneath this wild Pininfarina-designed body shell sits a Ferrari 512S race car chassis. Built in the early 1970s, this car was toured around the show circuit as a concept for future design elements before it was retired to a life as static art display in the Pininfarina offices. Just four years ago, Ferrari…
There are now two SCG003C race/road cars on this planet, and both just wrapped up another shakedown in Italy. There is video. There are photos. See if you can spot the easter egg.
My earliest memories are of my Dad's 1988 Testarossa. Black with red interior. It was before airbag laws and he used to drive me to preschool. At my urging, he'd drive past the school to the end of the street and make a U-turn so that I could spend a couple more minutes in the car. It was a masterpiece, a sex bomb, a…
You're killing us, Glick. We've seen the chassis. We know it'll transform from a road car to a race car. You're even planning to drive the SCG 003 to the 24 Hours of Nürburgring, race, then head into Paris to end the weekend with a nice bottle of Château d'Yquem. Just show us your masterpiece already!
It's no secret that the relationship between Jim Glickenhaus and Ferrari has been a bit, um, strained. So when Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus announced plans to build its first ground-up hypercar, there were questions about what engine would be stuffed in the middle. Now we know.
I got an email from Bradley Farrell of Inside Project M fame and he dropped some interesting news about super friend Jim Glickenhaus. They’re working on a show called “Return To Desire” to educate people about buying classics.
James Glickenhaus, the Ferrari collector behind hits such as the P4/5 and P4/5 Competizione, used to direct films. We assume it was to feed his car loving habits.
James Glickenhaus is turning his garage of dream cars into an auction house tomorrow night, selling off trips to join him and his team testing their one-off Ferrari P4/5 for the 24 Hours of Nürburgring race. We want to go to there.
Ferrari plans to officially unveil the F620 in the beginning of March at the Geneva Motor Show, but if you are getting antsy to see what the 599's replacement will look like today may be your lucky day. We believe the above picture is a shot of the F620 GT test mule's (somewhat) bare behind.
The golf courses surrounding Pebble Beach flood with Bentleys and Jaguars and exotic Italian cars every August, but there's only one Baja racer driven by Steve McQueen. And thanks to new owner James Glickenhaus, it's been upgraded to 100% street legal.
Who cares how the other-half lives? The question is how's extreme one-percenter car-guy Jim Glickenhaus livin'? This video love-letter says it all (with ADULT LANGUAGE, kids). It's set at Villa d'Este, but watch for a teaser of the Ferrari P4/5 Competizione's debut at the Nürburgring 24 this weekend.
A story hit the wires yesterday that Jim Glickenhaus is considering a production run of his P4/5 Competizione if Nürburgring 24 organizers deny the team's bid to use active aerodynamics. Put your checkbook away, kids, Glick told us exclusively it just ain't true.
The Ferrari P4/5 Competizione privateer racing team spent the weekend practicing for its debut at this year's 24 Hours of Nürbrugring. Everyone there had a camera. Everyone took photos/video of it. Here's the best of.
The P 4/5 Competizione hit the ‘ring today and not surprisingly the photographs taken from the car's Facebook page are fairly easy on the eyes. If the pictures aren't enough, you can catch a very brief glimpse of the Competizione at the Nurburgring with some other vehicles we wouldn't mind owning in a video here.
The latest video from the P4/5 Competizione marketing project reveals the racer's creator Jim Glickenhaus has two new obsessions to go with his car fetish: Matt Hardigree and juice in a bag.
We showed you the first photographs of Jim Glickenhaus's one-off P4/5 on the track Friday. Now we have video. Watch, listen and drool as the Ferrari-based P4/5 makes a few laps. (Hat tip to Jim and horspowr1001!)