Weep if you want for the former real estate business owner who will be losing $1.2 million worth of Ferraris, but there are some stunning cars headed to the auction block.
Ferrari is an Italian high end performance car maker with a rich history in racing. Ferrari builds so called super cars that offer race car handling and agility in a street legal package. Ferrari has some iconic models such as the Enzo, and F40. Upcoming models to watch: F12 Berlinetta
Continuing the tradition established by the Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale and the Ferrari 430 Scuderia, this generation’s 458 will receive it’s own track-ready variant: the Monte Carlo.
Remember last years Targa Newfoundland mishap with Zahir Rana and his modified Ferrari Enzo careening into the Marystown river? Rana is now being blamed for another mishap that may hinder the progress of this years Targa Newfoundland.
Despite major pockets of the world’s economy suffering significantly, sales seem to be on track for Ferrari to grow as a company even more than it did last year.
Aside from making a splash by bringing its hottest new number – the F12 Berlinetta – to Pebble Beach for its North American debut, the company also rocked the auction block by selling a 1960 Ferrari California for $11 million.
The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is all about style and class, and the event served as the delivery location of the first tailor made Ferrari for the USA.
This past weekend, Ferrari introduced its newest F12 Berlinetta model to the American public out at Pebble Beach. It’s currently the Italian automaker’s most powerful road car yet, boasting 731-hp and 509 lb-ft of torque from its 6.3-liter V12 engine.
Among all the gorgeous cars at Pebble Beach, one of the most stunning of all is the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Today it made it’s premier journey on North American soil, among all the hubbub at Pebble Beach.
The beautiful Ferrari F12 Berlinetta debuted at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, and will finally head to Pebble Beach’s Concours d’Elegance for its North American debut.
Earlier in the week, we previewed the ACAT Global Ferrari 575 that is getting ready for an attempt at breaking the land speed record of 232 mph. Now the exotic race car has arrived at the Bonneville Salt Flats and it looks impressive.
Heading to this year’s Bonneville SpeedWeek, which runs from August 11th through August 17th, will be ACAT Global’s Ferrari 575 with its goal set at breaking the land speed record of 232 mph.
A whopping 1,000 Ferrari‘s have registered for the September 15 world-record breaking event planned by Ferrari North Europe.
The newest car from Ferrari, the F12 Berlinetta, was finally tested by members of the international media this week, and for some extra show, Ferrari brought out drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa to show off the cars capabilities on the track.
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta had its world premiere earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, replacing the 599 Fiorano model with 730-hp of pure exhilaration.
Earlier this year, we mentioned that a record gathering of Ferrari F40 models was planned for the Silverstone Classic 25th Anniversary. Now that event has come and gone, and over 60 Ferrari F40s showed up, trumping the previous record of 40 seen at the 2007 event.
American businessman Christopher Cox is the owner of one of the world’s most rare automobiles: A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. Unfortunately, he’s also the owner of one of the world’s most expensive crashed cars.
Before gasoline-electric hybrids became a staple of the automotive world, enthusiasts referred to a ‘hybrid’ as a vehicle sporting an engine from a different car, shoehorned to fit in order to give a smaller chassis more power.
To support the victims of earthquakes that swept through Northen Italy last month, Ferrari organized a charity auction that raised 1.8 million Euros for affected families.
Novitec Rosso is at it again, this time around tuning the sporty Ferrari FF model, adding a carbon fiber aerodynamic kit, ultralight forged wheels, and 42-hp in the performance department.
Aiming to break the Guinness World Record for the largest parade of Ferrari cars, the Italian automaker will attempt to assemble some 600 of its exotic masterpieces to drive together during this year’s Ferrari Racing Days at Silverstone Circuit on September 15.
A very interesting Ferrari has popped up on popular classifieds website, JamesList, claiming to be a virtually brand new and very rare 1994 512 TR Spyder with just 31 miles on the odometer.
Ford‘s 999cc three-cylinder turbo engine (pictured above) has taken the top spot at this years International Engine of the Year Awards.
Converted to, well, a convertible, then restored to its original hardtop, a Ferrari 275 GTB4 that originally belonged to Steve McQueen came in to Ferrari Classiche for certification.
With how far turbocharger technology has improved over the recent years, automakers have been turning to that method of forced induction in order to make their vehicles more powerful and more fuel efficient.