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Double Celebration for the 488 GTB

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Featured, News | 0 comments

Double Celebration for the 488 GTB

The new V8 the star of two preview evenings in Maranello More than 800 clients from all over the globe enjoyed the privilege of being the first to admire the Ferrari 488 GTB at close quarters. The Prancing Horse’s latest creation will not officially be unveiled until the Geneva Motor Show but has already proven the undisputed star of two evenings at Maranello. The guests were treated to not one but two exclusive experiences. Firstly, they were given a preview tour of the new GES building which itself will be officially inaugurated in the near...

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Preservation vs. Dereliction – Your Comments Welcome!

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015 in Featured, News | 1 comment

Preservation vs. Dereliction – Your Comments Welcome!

Comment By Cavallino Editor Keith Bluemel This subject has come to the fore in recent weeks with the discovery of the Baillon family collection in France, which was presented for sale as individual lots at the Artcurial Auction at Retromobile, in Paris, on 06 February 2015. With the massive motoring press coverage of both the find, and then the auction itself, most people are aware of the condition in which the cars were discovered. That is to say, for the most part, they were skeletons of their former selves. A few had survived better than...

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Ferrari Museum: Engines and Pavarotti

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Ferrari Museum: Engines and Pavarotti

The second year of the Ferrari Museum in Modena, created in the house where Enzo Ferrari was born in 1898, opens with two different but equally unmissable attractions. The area that was the office of Alfredo Ferrari, Enzo’s father, at the start of the last century, is now home to the Museum of Ferrari Engines. The area is divided into six sections: experimental engines; small capacity 2 to 6 cylinder units; the classic 12 cylinder engines; the 8 cylinders; the turbo charged units and finally, the Formula 1 engines. In each section, a 3D video...

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New World Meets Old in Japan

Posted by on Feb 14, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off

New World Meets Old in Japan

Famous collector Junichiro Hiramatsu recently received a visit from two cultural icons of Japanese civilization, in the form of ladies dressed in the traditional Geisha wardrobe. As a counterpoint, they visited Mr. Hiramatsu’s unique collection of Ferraris, including his new LaFerrari. Whether viewed as Old meets New or East meets West, the meeting point was a tribute to two very different aesthetic sensibilities, both valid and both inspiring. Mr. Hiramatsu, as you may recall, commissioned the very first Ferrari Special Project car, the SP-1...

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2015 Classic Sports Sunday at Mar-A-Lago Enchants…

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015 in Cavallino Classic, Featured, News | Comments Off

2015 Classic Sports Sunday at Mar-A-Lago Enchants…

The unrivalled five days of automotive activity presented by the Cavallino Classic was crowned by the exclusive Sunday program: The Classic Sports Sunday at Mar-a-Lago. This very special charity event, at the legendary mansion of Marjorie Merriweather Post in Palm Beach, has expanded in the last several years to include extraordinary pre- and post-war classic sporting automobiles. The response of important vehicles from the Mar-a-Lago era has been especially rewarding, with many elegant examples on display. The setting is superb, with the...

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Mama Mia! Vettel in the FXX K

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Mama Mia! Vettel in the FXX K

The German driver test-drives the new laboratory car at Fiorano One thing is certain: Sebastian Vettel had some serious fun behind the wheel of the FXX K at Fiorano. The look on his face and his delighted exclamations (“Mamma mia! It goes like a rocket!”) in this video say it all. Vettel took the wheel of the FXX K for a photo shoot for the next issue of The Official Ferrari Magazine. The four-times World Champion, of course, will be driving the SF15-T in the upcoming Formula 1 World Championship season. Having spoken with engineer Marco...

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Rétromobile Celebrates Its 40th Edition With Rare Ferraris!!!

Posted by on Feb 12, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Rétromobile Celebrates Its 40th Edition With Rare Ferraris!!!

For the occasion, from February 4 to 8, several presentations took place. The first one was devoted to the rare Spanish brand Pegaso, with a dozen cars on display. Also shown was part of the collection of the Italian Corrado Lopresto, a well-known Concours d’Elegance entrant, and owner of many one-offs. Several manufacturer were present too, like Renault, Citroën, Peugeot, Mercedes and Porsche… and there were many specialist dealers who proposed, as in each year, a sublime range of cars and, of course, Ferraris! Unique was the 312 B3...

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The 212 Coupe is Reborn

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off

The 212 Coupe is Reborn

The car will be at the Maranello Museum until the end of April The Ferrari Classiche department in Maranello has produced another masterpiece. It has sympathetically restored a Ferrari 212 Export Coupé Vignale to its former splendour. The car has an unusual history. It was built in April 1951, then in May, it was sold to Antonio Mambretti Sozogni Juva and a month later it was sold to the company of the Duke Cesare d’Acquarone. In fact, it was the Duke of Acquarone, who at the end of 1951, opted for a radical change of bodywork. The car, which...

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Cavallino Classic Competition Posts Race Results

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Cavallino Classic, Featured, News | Comments Off

Cavallino Classic Competition Posts Race Results

The Cavallino Classic was pleased to present the 4th Annual Cavallino Classic Competition, for the greatest and most prestigious of vintage and classic racing cars. For 2015, the Classic continued with its successful format – a growing Pre-War race for Alfa Romeos, Bugattis, Delahayes, Talbot-Lagos, ERAs, Aston Martins, and more. Plus separate Post-War Drum and Disc Brake races, pitting those old rivals against each other – Ferrari and Maserati. These races have encouraged owners of these older competition cars to bring them out...

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Bathurst 12 Hours: From Last to Second

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Bathurst 12 Hours: From Last to Second

From last to second in the Am category: that was the stunning feat pulled off by Andrea Montermini, Benny Simonsen and Renato Loberto in the Bathurst 12 Hours. After a disastrous qualifying, the trio was peerless in their Vicious Rumour Racing car and managed to make it onto the podium behind the overall winners, the Athlete Global Team Nissan crewed by Florian Strauss, Katsumasa Chiyo and Wolfgang Reip. Third was the Hallmark-Network Clothing Audi of Cini-Eddy-Mies. The other two Ferraris in this category, the 27 car entered by TFM Ferrari...

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