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RM Sotheby’s to Present Rare 275 S/340 America in Monterey

Posted by on Jul 22, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on RM Sotheby’s to Present Rare 275 S/340 America in Monterey

RM Sotheby’s to Present Rare 275 S/340 America in Monterey

This 1950 Ferrari 275 S/340 America, chassis 0030 MT, leads the early entries for RM’s Monterey sale, on California’s Monterey Peninsula. Born as one of only two 275 S Barchettas built, s/n 0030 MT was campaigned by the Factory and driven by legendary Italian racing driver Alberto Ascari in one of the most grueling competitions in motorsport, the 1950 Mille Miglia. It was then shown at the 1950 Salon de l’Automobile at the Grand Palais in Paris and later returned to the factory where it was upgraded to 340 America specification with a 4.1...

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Jules, Speed in his Veins

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off on Jules, Speed in his Veins

Jules, Speed in his Veins

“Jules fought right to the very end, as he always did, but today his battle came to an end.” The words used by Jules Bianchi’s family on July 18th, 2015 to announce the passing of the young Ferrari Driver Academy driver who was involved in a catastrophic accident at the wheel of a Marussia during the Suzuka Grand Prix on October 5 2014 and never recovered from his injuries. Jules was being cared for at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) in Nice where he passed away during the night. Jules Lucien André Bianchi was born on 3rd August...

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TV and Music Star Adam Levine’s Lusso to be Auctioned by Russo and Steele in Monterey  

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on TV and Music Star Adam Levine’s Lusso to be Auctioned by Russo and Steele in Monterey  

TV and Music Star Adam Levine’s Lusso to be Auctioned by Russo and Steele in Monterey  

The 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso or simply “Lusso,” Italian for luxury, was priced when new from $13,375, a healthy amount in its day but nowhere compared to its value now, in the millions, as collectors recognize the intrinsic value of this 250 GT street Ferrari. Just 350 of these beautiful performers were built in all during 1963 and 1964, and today, the Lusso remains a stylistic tour de force, one of the finest all-around Grand Touring machines ever designed by the vaunted Turin styling house – Pininfarina. Bearing serial number 5003 GT,...

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Rare Interim 250 GT Offered at Bonhams’ Quail Lodge Auction

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Rare Interim 250 GT Offered at Bonhams’ Quail Lodge Auction

From a very prominent American collection, this remarkable sports-racing car – the 1959 250 GT Competizione Alloy Berlinetta, s/n 1519 GT – is an ultimate example from what many consider to be the golden age of Ferrari. With immense power, styling and pedigree, this race proven V-12 is one of the legendary seven “interim” cars and boasts matching numbers engine and original alloy body, a superb restoration to its original Swiss racing livery by marque specialists, and is Ferrari Classiche certified. Created during the transitional...

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Ferrari CEO Rumored to Have Resigned

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Ferrari CEO Rumored to Have Resigned

Reports are now surfacing out of Italy that Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa has stepped down. Although not officially confirmed by Ferrari, many Italian news outlets are reporting that Felisa has resigned due to a disagreement with current Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne. When contacted by Autocar, Ferrari declined to comment. Born in Milan, Felisa has been the CEO since 2008. His career with Ferrari began in 1990. He first began with Alfa Romeo in 1972 and has a background in engineering. In 2004 he rose to General Manager of Ferrari and then...

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Ferrari Chassis List for Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015

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Ferrari Chassis List for Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015

There were many Ferraris this year at the Festival of Speed, many on display but several notable ones taking to the run up the hill at Goodwood, to the delight of the massive crowds. The Cartier Style et Luxe Concours has become a fixture at the event, providing some glamour, if glamour was ever needed at Goodwood House. And the Supercar display has grown nicely, mostly from the efforts of the local Ferrari importer – Ferrari North Europe. The neatest response was for cars for the F1 Paddock, with no less than seven of these rare...

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Ferrari IPO Filing Days Away in NYC / Headquarters to be London

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Ferrari IPO Filing Days Away in NYC / Headquarters to be London

From Brent Snavely of the Detroit Free Press Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said recently that the automaker is days away from filing its prospectus for a public stock offering for at least 10% of Ferrari’s shares. Friday was the first time Marchionne disclosed the timing of the prospectus, which is typically a detailed document spanning hundreds of pages that provides a snapshot of the company’s financial performance and business. The document is intended to give potential investors a way to evaluate the company. On...

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Ferrari to be a Dutch Holding Company / IPO Announced

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Ferrari to be a Dutch Holding Company / IPO Announced

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said recently that a Dutch holding company will likely be created to control Ferrari after the spin-off and listing of the luxury cars manufacturer, in a similar move done in the past for Fiat Chrysler. Speaking on the sidelines of the presentation of the new Fiat 500 model, Mr. Marchionne, who is also chairman of Ferrari, said he expects the listing to value the business at least EUR10 billion ($11.1 billion), but that it will depend on market conditions. “There are clear...

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New Book Highlights Leonardo Fioravanti, Designer of Many Classic Ferraris

Posted by on Jul 12, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on New Book Highlights Leonardo Fioravanti, Designer of Many Classic Ferraris

New Book Highlights Leonardo Fioravanti, Designer of Many Classic Ferraris

For the first time, one of the major names in Italian car design tells his story from the beginning; from when he made his first sketches on paper, unbeknown to his parents and not only of cars, to reaching a point at which his name became synonymous with some of the best known and most important cars on the international front. In his 23-year career at Pininfarina, Leonardo Fioravanti, who was first a designer and architect, then Managing Director and Director General of Pininfarina’s Studi & Ricerche department, created some of the most...

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Fiat Family Control of Ferrari to Increase

Posted by on Jul 10, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Fiat Family Control of Ferrari to Increase

Fiat Family Control of Ferrari to Increase

From Bloomberg: The real winners in Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ferrari spinoff are Chairman John Elkann and the Italian industrial clan he represents. They will end up being the biggest shareholders of both companies. The structure of the spinoff, with 80 percent of Ferrari shares going to FCA’s existing shareholders, means the family will own about a quarter of the supercar maker. Ferrari may be worth around 9 billion euros ($10 billion), which would value Exor’s (the Fiat family investment vehicle) holding at about 2.25 billion euros,...

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