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Ferrari Sergio Debuts

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Ferrari Sergio Debuts

Ferrari just got even more exclusive. The Italian luxury automaker is gearing up to start production on its invite-only supercar known as the Ferrari Sergio, and only six people will be able to get their hands on one. The concept car, unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, was designed in collaboration with Italian firm Pininfarina, and each model is expected to sell for millions, though Ferrari would not disclose an exact price. But if you wanted to be one of the lucky six, you’re too late as Ferrari has already pre-sold all the...

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Formula 1 Lands in America

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Formula 1 Lands in America

Sunday’s United States Grand Prix is the 36th to be held under this name. However, there have actually been 64 Formula 1 races held in the United States, including 11 Indianapolis 500s and a further 18 Grands Prix. Two of those were actually held in the Caesars Palace, Las Vegas car park. Scuderia Ferrari has won twelve of them, equivalent to a 19% hit rate. Indianapolis then Sebring. One American race was included on the very first Formula 1 calendar: it was the Indianapolis 500 Miles, which was a fixture until 1960, in an attempt to unite...

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Ferrari Racing Days Comes to an End in Turkey

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Events, Featured, News | Comments Off

Ferrari Racing Days Comes to an End in Turkey

This was the last day of the Ferrari Racing Days at the Istanbul circuit, featuring the penultimate round of the European Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli. Daniele Di Amato (Motor Piacenza) came out on top in race 2 in the Pro category, while Alessandro Vezzoni (Rossocorsa-Pellin Racing) won the Am class. The second of the Coppa Shell races was won by Jacques Duyver (Motor Piacenza.) Throughout the day, fans of the Prancing Horse were able to enjoy watching free practice sessions for cars making up the XX and F1 Clienti programmes, run by the...

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Italian GT Championship: Ferrari Wins the Constructor’s Title

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Italian GT Championship: Ferrari Wins the Constructor’s Title

Ferrari has won the Constructors’ title in the Italian GT championship. The Maranello marque had already done enough to win before this weekend, but the title was officially assigned today, at the last race of the season. Ferrari’s success is down to the great job from those teams that chose to run the 458 Italia GT3 in the series. They scored 379 points, against 210 for Porsche and 200 for Audi. Drivers: up in the air. The Drivers’ crown should also have been decided today, but it’s actually sub judice, because of an incident in race 2....

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French GT Championship: Ferrari Ends Season with a Win and Title

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

French GT Championship: Ferrari Ends Season with a Win and Title

The French GT Championship ended today at the Paul Ricard circuit, with two prizes for Ferrari runners; a race win and a title. The latter is the one for teams and it went to Sofrev ASP, while in the final race of the series, the 458 GT3 took a one-two. Saturday. Saturday had seen the win go to the Porsche entered by Imsa Performance Matmut for Raymond Narac and Nicolas Armindo, who were crowned champions today. They were joined on the podium by two Ferrari crews, the Sport Garage crew of Philippe Giacque and Morgan Moullin-Traffort. In the...

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Half a Century Since Surtees’ Great Achievement

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Half a Century Since Surtees’ Great Achievement

50 years ago on October 25th, John Surtees and Scuderia Ferrari made motorsport history in style, taking both world championship titles, after chasing down the top teams of the day, Lotus who had won the title in 1963 with Jim Clark and BRM who had taken both titles two years earlier, courtesy of Graham Hill. An incredible finale. After a very difficult start to the season, Surtees and the Ferrari 158 made up ground on Hill and Clark and so, by the time of the last round, the Mexican Grand Prix on 25th October, the three men were in the...

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Ferrari 458 Speciale Wins Autocar’s “Britain Best Driver”

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Ferrari 458 Speciale Wins Autocar’s “Britain Best Driver”

Ferrari’s 458 Speciale has come out on top in an annual group test run by Autocar, one of the most important motoring magazines in the world, to find “Britain’s Best Driver Car.” This essentially means it’s the best car as far as the demanding palates of drivers in the UK are concerned, a country that has always appreciated fine automobilies. Maranello’s V8 won over the eight judges with its amazing performance, setting the fastest lap time at Castle Combe circuit, beating a McLaren 650S and a Porsche 911 GT3, combined with the thrills it...

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Zoute GP Rally & Concours Presents Classic Ferraris

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Zoute GP Rally & Concours Presents Classic Ferraris

The fifth edition of the Zoute Grand Prix was held once again in the Belgian seaside town of Knokke during mid October. With 4 days of events to enjoy for drivers and the public, each year it continues to grow in popularity. Displays of top marques such as Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini and McLaren can be seen all around the city center and boulevard. Friday October 10th kicked off the start of a 2 day rally for classic cars that finished at the Knokke boulevard on Saturday, as well as the Bonhams Zoute Sale in the evening. No less than 150...

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The Ferrari Hotel

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

The Ferrari Hotel

It is the afternoon before the start of the 1956 Mille Miglia and the Ferrari team is gathering after scrutineering at the Marzotto brothers’ hotel in Manerbio along the Mille Miglia route between Cremona and Brescia. From the hotel’s roof the pattern of the stone yard is almost mesmerizing. Just returning to the hotel is Juan Manuel Fangio in his 290MM (n. 600) with its blue and yellow nose in the Argentinean racing colors. Approaching his World Champion driver wearing a long overcoat and fedora hat is Commendatore Enzo Ferrari. Fangio, who...

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European Le Mans: Ferrari Triumphs in Portugal

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

European Le Mans: Ferrari Triumphs in Portugal

The last of this year’s five European Le Mans Series races was held today at Portugal’s Estoril circuit. In the LMGTE Class, Ferrari made a clean sweep of the podium places at this the final round. First was the SMP Racing Ferrari 458 driven by Bertolini/Shaitar/Zlobin, followed by the sister car entered by AF Corse for Cioci/Lyons/Perazzini. Third was the Sofrev-ASP team’s Ferrarei, in the hands of Barthez/Pons/Ayari. Overall winner of the four hour race was the Nissan powered Oreca run by Sebastien Loeb Racing in the LMP2 class.  ...

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