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French GT Tour at Lédenon: A victory for Ferrari 

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

French GT Tour at Lédenon: A victory for Ferrari 

For the first round of the French GT Tour at the Lédenon circuit in the south of France this past weekend (April 18-19), 16 GT3 cars were present, among which 8 were Ferrari 458 Italia. On Saturday afternoon, at the start of the first race, the 458 Italia N°20 of Philippe Giauque started in pole position, and took the lead on the Audi R8 LMS Ultra of David Hallyday. After the first pit compulsory pit stop, the N°20 Ferrari was always in the lead. After the 1 hour 30’ of race, the Ferrari AKKA/ASP N°20 with Giauque-Beaubelique-Moullin Traffort...

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Bahrain GP: Sakhir, April 19th 2015

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Bahrain GP: Sakhir, April 19th 2015

For Kimi Raikkonen this is the first podium since his return to Ferrari. During the race he recovered 19 seconds on Rosberg. This is Scuderia’s 684th podium finish. Today the team consolidated second place in the Constructors’ Championship with 107 points. Maurizio Arrivabene: “I am really happy for Kimi: today I can officially state that he’s back. He showed what a race animal he is, and if he had had a few more laps perhaps… Also, I am happy for the team, because they worked really well. Sebastian made a couple of mistakes today, one at the...

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Second Consecutive Podium for Risi

Posted by on Apr 19, 2015 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Second Consecutive Podium for Risi

A valiant fight on the streets of Long Beach saw the no. 62 Risi Competizione Ferrari 458 Italia earn its place on the IMSA United SportsCar Championship podium on Saturday afternoon. After qualifying the Ferrari in third position during Friday’s qualifying session, Giancarlo Fisichella drove past the leading two cars at the start of Saturday’s 100-minute race to assume control of the GT-Le Mans field. Leading the field throughout his stint, Pierre Kaffer kept the Ferrari at the front after the team’s lone pitstop of the race. A true display...

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Bahrain GP: Kimi a Splendid Second, Seb Fifth

Posted by on Apr 19, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Bahrain GP: Kimi a Splendid Second, Seb Fifth

One runner-up spot and one fifth place for Ferrari come the end of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Kimi Raikkonen staged a great climb up the order, which ended in him passing Nico Rosberg two laps from the end. The Finn crossed the line 3 seconds behind the Mercedes of race winner Lewis Hamilton. Sebastian Vettel finished fifth, spending much of the race trying to pass Valtteri Bottas in the Williams, while never having a real chance to attack. Now the Formula 1 circus has a three week break before the action resumes at the first European leg of the...

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Bahrain GP: Sebastian on the Front Row

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Bahrain GP: Sebastian on the Front Row

The SF15-Ts of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will start the Bahrain Grand Prix from second and fourth spots on the grid respectively. At the end of today’s qualifying at the Sakhir circuit, where the temperature was around the 25 degree mark, pole position went to Lewis Hamilton who posted a 1.32.571 in his Mercedes. To claim his front row slot, Vettel did a 1.32.982, beating Nico Rosberg (1.33.129) in the other Mercedes. Raikkonen was fourth fastest with a 1.33.227 and therefore starts from the second row.   Source: Ferrari...

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Ferrari Challenge Europe: 40 Cars on Track for Opener

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Ferrari Challenge Europe: 40 Cars on Track for Opener

The 2015 Ferrari Challenge Europe got underway in style today with 40 cars and drivers from 15 different nations on the track for the first rainy free practice session at Monza. A total of 19 cars are entered for the Trofeo Pirelli and Trofeo Pirelli Am, with 21 competing for the Coppa Shell which also encompasses the Coppa Gentlemen for over-55 drivers. After the first round at Monza, the series moves to Mugello in May and then on to Budapest in June.  The Hungaroring plays host to the Ferrari Racing Days, a real celebration of the Prancing...

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Risi Competizione Returns to Long Beach

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Risi Competizione Returns to Long Beach

The third round of the 2015 IMSA United SportsCar Championship takes place this weekend on the 1.9-mile circuit set on the streets of Long Beach, California as part of the world-famous Long Beach Grand Prix. With only the Prototype and GT-LeMans classes competing in this weekend’s race, Ferrari will be represented by the no. 62 Risi Competizione Ferrari 458 Italia driven by Pierre Kaffer and Giancarlo Fisichella. Risi Competizione has won at Long Beach before, when Jaime Melo and Mika Salo were victorious in the GT2 class at the wheel of a...

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The Desert by Night

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

The Desert by Night

Night races have always been particularly enticing to drivers and Esteban Gutierrez is no exception to that rule. “I really like the fact that the Bahrain race is held at night,” Scuderia Ferrari’s third driver told ferrari.com. “Because, not only does it help the drivers, it also helps with the handling of the car. The fact it’s a few degrees cooler certainly helps cool all the mechanical components and, at a track where there are many heavy braking points, that is a not inconsiderable advantage. The braking system has to be specifically set...

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Sebastian Vettel: “A Unique Track.”

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Sebastian Vettel: “A Unique Track.”

Sebastian Vettel seems to like the challenge ahead of him and Scuderia Ferrari this weekend in Bahrain: “It’s another weekend on another track, with different conditions. I would say we can be happy with our season so far, but we must find confirmations. This is also the first night race of the year, and it will be exciting, so let’s hope we have a good car. This track calls for power and good brakes system, because here we have long straights followed by heavy braking areas. To some respects it is a unique track, where finding a good pace is...

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Book of AMR Model Car Saga Is Now Available

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Book of AMR Model Car Saga Is Now Available

A tribute to the 30 years of passion for model making is now encapsulated in a fascinating new book entitled “AMR – The Result of a Passion”, the story of André-Marie Ruf, by Antony Ruf and Michael Gregg. AMR grew to be one of the powerhouses of scale model making, gaining a world-wide reputation for scale model cars, many of them Ferraris. The book is massive, with over 300 pages, sized 11” x 11” x 3”, and weighs in at 10 lbs. It is divided into 12 chapters, and each chapter is its own pull-out booklet. It begins with a helpful...

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