The last car old man Enzo saw the debut of before his passing. Continue Reading...
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A collection of rare Ferrari exotics is heading to auction late next month in Scottsdale, Arizona. Continue Reading...
The last model approved by Enzo Ferrari is now available in LEGO form. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
While classic Ferrari sports cars are characterized by the sonorous small displacement V12 engines sitting in the middle of their stretched bonnets, the turbo era of the 1980s brought along a new Ferrari that has come to serve as the definitive Italian supercar of the modern era – the Ferrari F40. Still one of the… Continue Reading...
At this summer’s Silverstone Classic, Ferrari F40 enthusiasts hope to set a world record while celebrating the 25th anniversary of the exotic. The Ferrari Owners’ Club of Great Britain is organizing the largest collection of F40s ever seen at the world’s biggest classic racing festival. “Our original aim was to get at least 25 of these… Continue Reading...
Originally owned by Lee Iococca, this Ferrari F40 is heading to RM Auctions with less than 300-miles on the odometer and could fetch anywhere from $650,000 to $750,000. The iconic Ferrari supercar was built for Iacocca while he was the chief executive at Chrysler. The F40 was created to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary and was… Continue Reading...
Wraps are easily becoming the new aesthetic modification of the future. The offer owners a fairly cost-efficient method of changing the entire look of their vehicle, without having permanent ramifications. If you get bored of it, you can simply peel it off and go back to the stock look. And with any style that catches… Continue Reading...
Ferrari is hard at work trying to refine the turbocharging process so that future products will use the high-horsepower, low emissions (and low weight) technology. According to a report in the U.K.’s AutoCar, Ferrari engine developer Jean-Jacques His says the development is well under weigh, but the biggest issue facing the project is turbo lag…. Continue Reading...