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Blancpain Endurance Series: Silverstone

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off on Blancpain Endurance Series: Silverstone

Blancpain Endurance Series: Silverstone

Not a great day for the Ferrari banner at the second event of the Blancpain Endurance Series, held at the English racetrack of Silverstone: only two of the sixteen Ferraris competing in the event managed to earn podium positions. Pro Cup: The Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 number 333 of the Rinaldi Racing team had a difficult first Pro Cup race. The temperature and track conditions, but especially the yellow flag at the beginning of the race affected the performance of Rinat Salikhov, Marco Seefried and Norbert Siedler, who had to settle for seventh...

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Agnelli’s 166 MM Dominates at Villa d’Este

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Agnelli’s 166 MM Dominates at Villa d’Este

Agnelli’s 166 MM Dominates at Villa d’Este

Ferraris make a total of 18.5 million euro at Villa Erba auction  A Ferrari dominated the 2015 Villa d’Este Concours d’Elegance. The 1950 166 MM in question has a highly unusual history. Its first owner was none other than Gianni Agnelli who took delivery in July 1950 and sold it two years later to Belgian Viscount Gery d’Hendecourt. The latter subsequently passed it on to the Garage Francorchamps. Having changed its livery to blue, that team launched its competitive career. In the hands of Le Mans hero Olivier Gendebien, the 166 MM won the...

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RM Sotheby’s Auction a Success, Although Big Ferraris Falter

Posted by on May 24, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on RM Sotheby’s Auction a Success, Although Big Ferraris Falter

RM Sotheby’s Auction a Success, Although Big Ferraris Falter

RM Sotheby’s, the official auction house of the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, continued its strong sales run in Italy last night, realizing a fantastic €26,714,530 in sales ($29,920,273 USD) at its exclusive Villa Erba auction on the shores of Lake Como, Italy. Presenting spectacular cars in a spectacular setting, the evening sale saw 34 of 39 lots sold before a packed house, with numerous lively bidding contests erupting during the two-and-a-half hour sale. The auction captured the attention of the global collector community with bidders...

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Monaco GP: Results

Posted by on May 24, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off on Monaco GP: Results

Monaco GP: Results

Vettel just behind Mercedes. Raikkonen doesn’t quite hit the spot Sebastian Vettel will start the Monaco Grand Prix from third on the grid, while in the other SF15-T, Kimi Raikkonen lines up sixth. Qualifying was run here in Monaco under cloudy skies with a high of 18 degrees and Lewis Hamilton waited until the very last moment to take pole in the Mercedes with a time of 1.15.098. Vettel secured his spot on the second row with a 1.15.849, with Nico Rosberg second in the other Mercedes in 1.15.440. Raikkonen set the sixth fastest time of...

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166 MM Barchetta 0064 M Wins Coppa d’Oro at Villa d’Este

Posted by on May 23, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on 166 MM Barchetta 0064 M Wins Coppa d’Oro at Villa d’Este

166 MM Barchetta 0064 M Wins Coppa d’Oro at Villa d’Este

The stunning  blue 166 MM Barchetta 0064 M owned by Clive Beecham has won the prestigious Coppa d’Oro at Villa d’Este. Special thanks to our correspondent on the scene Marcel Massini for these breathtaking images....

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Monaco GP: Qualifying Results

Posted by on May 23, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off on Monaco GP: Qualifying Results

Monaco GP: Qualifying Results

Vettel just behind Mercedes. Raikkonen doesn’t quite hit the spot Sebastian Vettel will start the Monaco Grand Prix from third on the grid, while in the other SF15-T, Kimi Raikkonen lines up sixth. Qualifying was run here in Monaco under cloudy skies with a high of 18 degrees and Lewis Hamilton waited until the very last moment to take pole in the Mercedes with a time of 1.15.098. Vettel secured his spot on the second row with a 1.15.849, with Nico Rosberg second in the other Mercedes in 1.15.440. Raikkonen set the sixth fastest time of...

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A Taste of Villa d’Este This Weekend

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on A Taste of Villa d’Este This Weekend

A Taste of Villa d’Este This Weekend

Some early images from your man on the scene Marcel Massini! Please enjoy this preview gallery of some of the upcoming sites for this weekend’s show at Villa d’Este....

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Villoresi and Ascari at Silverstone

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Villoresi and Ascari at Silverstone

Villoresi and Ascari at Silverstone

We are on the starting grid at Silverstone for the second heat of the Daily Express International Trophy on August 20, 1949. Grids were far more relaxed in those days. In this Ferrari 125/F1 is Luigi Villoresi while his teammate Alberto Ascari stands just to his left next to the car. The Trophy was run in two 20-lap heats and a 30-lap final, thereby giving the spectators three Grand Prix races while not over-straining the often prewar cars which would usually made up most of the field in the immediate postwar years. These early Grand Prix...

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Flugplatz

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off on Flugplatz

Flugplatz

On the Nordschleife, the north circuit of the Nürburgring, there is a place called Flugplatz, literally “flying place.” It was so-called originally because nearby there was a small airfield used primarily for gliders. However, the entry to Flugplatz involves coming up over a brow at full speed as the road rises up steeply from the long descent of Quiddelbacher-Höhe. Here is Niki Lauda truly flying over that brow in the Ferrari 312T during practice for the 1976 German Grand Prix which would take place on August 1st. He was trying to equal his...

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Monaco GP: Rain Stops Play

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off on Monaco GP: Rain Stops Play

Monaco GP: Rain Stops Play

Ferrari 3rd and 4th fastest in FP2 There wasn’t much track action in the second free practice session for the Monaco Grand Prix. Just 15 minutes in, the red flags came out and later the rain arrived. The cars all had to pit following Roberto Mehri’s accident in the Manor, at the exit to the tunnel and after that, the cars returned to the track in the final minutes of the session, with the weather barely better. Both Ferrari men started out on Softs, setting the third and fourth fastest times, which would still be the case after the long...

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