Tag: Ferrari

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is Too Big for the Ferrari LaFerrari


Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is not unfamiliar with the life of fast and exotic cars—his role as Luke Hobbs in the Fast and Furious movie franchise has more than prepared the wrestling superstar. Continue Reading »

The Alfa Romeo 8C Spider is Future Classic Material


Investment grade classic cars can be a gamble. Sometimes unlikely stars become world record setters, other times sure-bets become rock-bottom value anchors. Herein lies the rub…as well as the allure. Who wouldn’t want to cash-in big? Continue Reading »

Meet One of the First Lamborghini Cars Ever Built


These days Lamborghini is best known for crafting unthinkably fast mid-engine sports cars, the Huracán and Aventador being the latest of the breed. But that hasn’t always been the case. Rewind the years back and you’ll find a number of breathtaking front-engine grand tourers—the Isolero, the 400 GT, and this car—the lovely 350 GT.  Continue Reading »

Which is Fastest to 186 mph? LaFerrari vs. 918 Spyder vs. P1


And so the titans convene. When it became known that Ferrari, Porsche, and McLaren each had hybrid hypercars in the works, the world had one collective question that merited investigation. Which is fastest? For that answer, take a peek below.  Continue Reading »

Pininfarina Just Built the World’s Most Beautiful Tractor


Over the years, the steady hands at Pininfarina have penned some of the most beautiful Ferraris ever imagined—cars like the svelte Ferrari 308 and the epic Ferrari F40. Icons without a doubt. But the Italian design house’s creativity doesn’t end with Prancing Horses.  Continue Reading »

Watch All Three Hybrid Hypercars Go Drag Racing

Hypercar 1

The entire enthusiast community has been patiently waiting for someone to bring together all three hybrid hypercars and see which one is the fastest. For a while, many thought the first time they’d all get together would be with the gentlemen from Top Gear.

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Giotto Bizzarrini: The Man Behind Some of Italy’s Greatest Cars


The Italians are known for building some of the most passionate cars in the world, so it should come as no surprise that the men behind these cars are equally hot-blooded. Enzo Ferrari is a prime example, but another great Italian that built incredible cars was Giotto Bizzarrini.

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The 2004 Ferrari 575 GTC Aimed Straight For the Track

2004 Ferrari 575 GTC

The Ferrari 575 GTC was a FIA GT (international sports car racing) car that made its debut at the end of the 2003 season, targeting private teams participating in the race. This racing version of the 575M Maranello was made to handle the demands of the track, which it proclaimed with its name. The “C” stands for “competizione.”

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The 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso Was Built For Luxury

1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

The Ferrari 250 GT Lusso was built for only two years in 1963 and 1964. It was a GT car that was larger than the 250 GT Berlinetta and also more luxurious. It wasn’t built for competitive racing and so it was less spartan and more elegant than its contemporaries.

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Ferrari Family Maneuvers to Retain Its Control Following IPO

1966 Ferrari 275 GTB4 Berlinetta

Since its inception, Ferrari has been a family business. As far back as Enzo himself, the notion of a hot-blooded family dynasty making the calls at one of the most passionate automakers in the world was a romanticizes notion that fed the Ferrari supercar image. But what happens now that the company has gone public?

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