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Ferrari Looks Back, and Ahead, at Sebring

Posted by on Mar 17, 2016

The airport runways of the former Hendricks Army Airfield have seen numerous Ferraris race over them since the first 12 Hours of Sebring was held. But, it was 60 years ago that the first Prancing Horse had it’s first winner at Sebring. 2016 12 Hours of Sebring marks 60th anniversary of Ferrari’s...

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Ferrari Wins Twice in St. Petersburg

Posted by on Mar 15, 2016

Scuderia Corsa driver Martin Fuentes wins both GT-A races of Pirelli World Challenge doubleheader. This weekend, the no. 07 Scuderia Corsa / HUBLOT Ferrari 458 Italia of Martin Fuentes scored a double victory the the Pirelli World Challenge doubleheader in St. Petersburg, Florida. Entering the...

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2016 Blancpain GT Series Reaches New Heights

Posted by on Mar 13, 2016

2016’s Blancpain GT Series is shaping up to be the most competitive season in the championship’s history. With more cars than ever before competing in all 10 rounds of the campaign, the strongest grid in the history of the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup and further confirmation of the Blancpain...

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Customers See LaFerrari Spider

Posted by on Mar 11, 2016

Ferrari’s most select customers have been invited to see the very new LaFerrari Spider, another extension of the LaFerrari format. No one doubted that Ferrari would offer this variation but nothing was announced until customers started to filter back with the news. It will be updated, of...

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“Red Carpet” is unveiled at Modena’s Enzo Ferrari Museum

Posted by on Mar 9, 2016

In honor of Enzo Ferrari’s birthday, a new exhibition was unveiled on February 18th at the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena entitled “Red Carpet”. As the name suggests, the exhibit is a tribute to Ferrari’s role on the Silver Screen and beyond. This exhibition brings together the models...

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Gooding Finds Another California Spyder

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016

At Auction at Amelia on March 11: The Ferrari 250 GT presented here, chassis 2871 GT, is an SWB version featuring the covered headlight treatment that Scaglietti applied to just 37 examples. Originally finished in the classic color scheme of Rosso Cina (China Red) with black leather upholstery,...

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The Best Return to the Classic

Posted by on Mar 6, 2016

For the 25th Anniversary of the Cavallino Classiic, the organizers decided to invite back all the previous Best of Show winners. 22 responded and it turned out to be an amazing display. In the years they won, all had been judged by the very strict standards of the International Advisory Committee for...

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A Great Collector Leaves Us

Posted by on Mar 4, 2016

Ferrari A Specialty: Robert M Lee passed on recently at the grand age of 88, and it can be truly said that he lived a long, exciting, fruitful life – entrepreneur, explorer, conservationist, writer, and collector, and not just automobiles either, but in many fields, most notably firearms...

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Geneva Always a Ferrari Showcase

Posted by on Mar 1, 2016

Geneva has a long tradition of being “the” place for auto manufacturers to present their latest offerings in a truly international setting, and Ferrari is no exception. This year Ferrari showcased its’ latest model, the very impressive GTC4Lusso, the updated 2+2 that...

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The New SF16-H at Barcelona

Posted by on Mar 1, 2016

The curtain has come down on T1 of pre-season testing in Barcelona, with Kimi Raikkonen on driving duty in the last session for Scuderia Ferrari, at the wheel of the SF16-H. Kimi’s best time over the day was a 1.23.477, set on the new Ultrasoft tyres, before the lunch break. In the afternoon, he...

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An Interesting TDF To Be Sold at RM Amelia

Posted by on Feb 28, 2016

It’s a Hard-Knock Life… According to the factory build sheets for this TDF, s/n 0619 GT, the various inspections and tests carried out by Franchini and Pinelli were completed on November 30, 1957. Of particular interest are the horsepower figures of the factory’s dynamometer for its tipo...

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The Daytona Prototype… Now in Cavallino 211

Posted by on Feb 26, 2016

There was a Daytona Prototype, actually six of them, but the first one was not what you’d expect. How about a Daytona body on a 275 chassis, and a special engine, with headlights from the 275 era?! The car has been found, preserved, restored and certified. From the text by journalist Joroen Booij:...

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