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Dino at 50 at Cavallino 26

Posted by on Oct 8, 2016

The Cavallino Classic is pleased to announce that at its Concorso d’Eleganza on Saturday, January 28, 2017, at The Breakers, it is honoring 50 years of the remarkable Dino, a diminutive Ferrari that has grown in stature with each passing year. Envisioned as a small two seat runabout with a...

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New Ferrari 8-Cylinder Book Appears

Posted by on Oct 6, 2016

Ferrari Gli Otto Cilindri 1954 – 1965 by Francesco Scaletti Book Review by Keith Bluemel This is the second book by Francesco Scaletti, and is a matching companion work to his “Ferrari I Quattro Cilindri” which was published in 1998. Like that book, it has been published in a limited...

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Cavallino 26 Registration Now Open

Posted by on Oct 3, 2016

Application Forms are now available at Dates are January 25 to 29, 2017. Featuring the Dinos on Saturday at the Concorso, and Maserati on Cavallino Sunday. Plus historic racing and track time at PBIR.   The 26th Annual Palm Beach Cavallino Classic will be...

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Old Ferraris Partake in Finali Mondiali

Posted by on Oct 2, 2016

Join Ferrari at the 2016 Finali Mondiali at Daytona International Speedway on December 1 to 4 with your vintage and classic Ferrari. It is just two months away from the 2016 Ferrari Finali Mondiali, the culmination of the Ferrari Challenge season for teams from around the world, an exhilarating...

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Ferrari GTC4Lusso T – Four Seater V8

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016

The GTC4lusso T – Ferrari’s new take on the GT concept aimed at drivers demanding sporting driving and versatility. After the huge success of GTC4Lusso which raised the performance bar for Ferrari’s signature four-seater 12-cylinder GTs, the Prancing Horse now announces the arrival of...

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Singapore GP: Fourth and Fifth for the Scuderia

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016

Kimi up one position, as Seb recovers from the back Kimi Raikkonen finished the Singapore Grand Prix in fourth place tonight. Sebastian Vettel came home fifth at the Marina Bay track, having fought his way through from the back of the grid in great style. On the top step of the podium was Nico Rosberg,...

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Ferraris on the Lawn at Pebble Beach

Posted by on Sep 14, 2016

Ferrari at Monterey Car Week The Ferrari display at the First Tee of the famed Links at Pebble Beach golf course illustrated the breadth of excellence for which Maranello is famous, including the 488 Spider; California T Handling Speciale; and the limited editions F12tdf and LaFerrari. The latest...

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Posted by on Sep 12, 2016

Here is American Phil Hill in his first Ferrari Formula 1 drive with a 246F1 in Monza’s long sweeping final Parabolica corner during the Italian Grand Prix which was held on September 7, 1958. Hill got an F1 drive the hard way, being promoted after the deaths of Ferrari F1 drivers Luigi Musso...

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Italy Reinvents Sculpture for the Modern Age – in Cavallino 214

Posted by on Sep 10, 2016

Ferrari decided to go its own way, design-wise, with the LaFerrari, and used its own in-house staff to conceptualize and finalize the project. The results have hit a note with collectors and connoisseurs, as the model has continued to climb in value right from the day of introduction. From the...

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Before the End…

Posted by on Sep 8, 2016

It is May 12, 1957 at the Ravenna control during the last Mille Miglia. The car is a Ferrari 335 Sport driven by Alfonso de Portago with his American friend Edmund Nelson as his passenger. The 335 Sport was perhaps the ultimate front-engined Ferrari sports-racer with a 4.1 liter four-cam motor which...

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How Road Racing Ended in America – in Cavallino 214

Posted by on Sep 6, 2016

Sports car racing took off in post-war America, fuelled by both a desire to enjoy life and by construction of new and very fast automobiles. The best teams, drivers and cars were soon mixing it up on venues that were basically thrown together – the roads of America. Find an interesting and...

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Two Great Drivers are Gone

Posted by on Sep 4, 2016

On August 3rd Chris Amon passed away from cancer at his home in New Zealand at the age of 73. Amon was perhaps the most unlucky of all F1 drivers, with his car failing on the final lap many times. Here he is at the top of his form with a Ferrari 312F1 at Zandvoort during the Dutch Grand Prix on June 21, 1969....

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