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Cavallino Classic Entry Forms Now Ready

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Cavallino Classic, Featured, News | Comments Off

Cavallino Classic Entry Forms Now Ready

In what promises to be an exciting event, your staff is hard at work already on the 2015 Palm Beach Cavallino Classic, on January 21 to 25, 2015. The interest shown so far has been heartening, with Ferraris and other fine classic cars coming from the USA, Canada, Mexico and Europe. If you’re ready, we’re ready. The Entry Forms are now on-line and can be found by clicking the CAVALLINO CLASSIC button on the Cavallino homepage. On the Classic homepage, there is a wealth of information for you, including the Schedule, our host Hotel, and Entry...

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“Winningest” Ferrari at Ferrari North America’s 60th Anniversary

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Events, Featured, News | Comments Off

“Winningest” Ferrari at Ferrari North America’s 60th Anniversary

Ferrari North America is celebrating its 60 years of official presence in America with the two special events on Sunday, October 12. The first is a display of 60 significant Ferraris on Rodeo Drive, and as part of this there will be several phenomenal Ferrari sports racers. The 625/250 TRC, s/n 0672 MDTR, began life as a 625 TRC racer for owner John von Neumann, who campaigned it all up and down the west coast to many victories from 1957 to 1959. In 1958, in a quest for more power, he bought a 250 TR engine from Ferrari, s/n 0750 TR, hence...

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Two Championships in Sight for Ferrari at Petit Le Mans

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Two Championships in Sight for Ferrari at Petit Le Mans

Two Ferrari 458 Italias will be competing for more than a victory at this weekend’s Petit Le Mans, the 10-hour / 1000 mile endurance classic at Road Atlanta which will serve as the finale to the 2014 TUDOR United Sportscar Championship. With one victory for the no. 555 AIM Autosport Ferrari 458 Italia and two victories for the no. 63 Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 Italia this season, Ferrari currently sits two points behind the lead in the manufacturer standings in the GT-Daytona class. In the Patron North American Endurance Cup, which is made up...

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Searching for Uniqueness

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Searching for Uniqueness

What does a collector look for in a Ferrari? This issue, we learn the answer to this and other fascinating questions from Prancing Horse collector Jon Shirley whose cars include the 1954 375 MM Scaglietti Coupé that won Best of Show at the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance at the exclusive Carmel golf club last August. “All Ferraris are marvellous,” says Shirley, “but the ones I like have a backstory that makes them unique. It could be because of victories on the track or famous previous owners, as is the case with the 375...

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Le Mans Class Winner at Ferrari North America’s 60th Anniversary

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Events, Featured, News | Comments Off

Le Mans Class Winner at Ferrari North America’s 60th Anniversary

Ferrari North America is celebrating its 60 years of official presence in America with the two special events on Sunday October 12. The first is a display of 60 significant Ferraris on Rodeo Drive, and as part of this there will be several celebrated Ferrari GT racers. At the end of 24 grueling hours in 2008, the team of Jaime Melo, Mica Salo & Gianmaria Bruni took a fine 1st in GT2 Class at the fabled Le Mans race. The car was a new 430 GTC, s/n 2606, and was entered by the illustrious team of Risi Competizione, spearheaded by stalwart...

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Sunoco 512 at Ferrari North America’s 60th Anniversary

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Events, Featured, News | Comments Off

Sunoco 512 at Ferrari North America’s 60th Anniversary

Ferrari North America is celebrating its 60 years of official presence in America with the two special events on Sunday October 12. The first is a display of 60 significant Ferraris on Rodeo Drive, and as part of this there will be several famous Ferrari sports prototypes. For sheer visual display, nothing quite beats the blue and yellow livery of the Sunoco/Penske Racing/Kirk F. White 512 M, s/n 1040, a car that fought valiantly in 1971 to overcome the might of the Porsche 917s, and while its results were lacking, drivers Mark Donohue and...

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All Ferrari Podium at Monza in International GT Open GTS

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

All Ferrari Podium at Monza in International GT Open GTS

Monza proved a happy hunting ground for Ferrari, in the penultimagte round of the GT Open series. In race 2, Ferrari runners managed a clean sweep of the podium. Winning the junior GTS division was the SMP Racing Ferrari 458 Italia of Viacheslav Maleev and José M. Pérez Aicart, They crossed the line ahead of the AF Corse number 79 car of Nikita Zlobin and Luca Persiani and the similar Ombra Racing car driven by Stefano Costantini e Lorenzo Bontempelli. In the Super GT category, the overall win in the second race of the weekend went to the...

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The Man Who Drives all the Ferraris

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

The Man Who Drives all the Ferraris

He has now tested 350 Formula 1 cars that have been sold and has driven every Formula 1 car from 1974 to the present one, with the exception of the 1982 126 C2, a winning car that was also a very unlucky one and he has also contributed to the development of the some of the most beautiful Maranello GT cars. For a long time, he also held the Fiorano track record. He is Andrea Bertolini, born in Sassuolo in 1973 and he has spent his entire career in Ferrari, he’s a star in Endurance racing with the 458 Italia GT2 and GT3, as well as testing for...

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Ferrari 458 Speciale A: A New Record Breaking Spider!

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Ferrari 458 Speciale A: A New Record Breaking Spider!

499 cars to celebrate our most successful, award-winning 8-cylinder model Ferrari is pleased to announce the Paris Motor Show world debut of the 458 Speciale A (A as in Aperta). The new limited edition special series is a celebration of the dazzling success of the various versions of the 458, a model that has collected an array of international motoring media awards and track victories, not least a double WEC title and category wins in classic endurance races, such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of...

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Ferrari Breaks a Land Speed Record in 1954

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Ferrari Breaks a Land Speed Record in 1954

From a great story in Cavallino 203… “It was the 1954 Daytona Speed Week with a Ferrari 340 America, s/n 0120 A, that brought Jack Rutherfurd’s auto racing accomplishments to the forefront. The sponsors for his quest for the speed record were Champion Spark Plugs and Sinclair Oil. After he broke the record that February day in the running mile at over 136 mph, Sinclair Oil promoted his accomplishment through a national advertising campaign for the gasoline he used that day – Sinclair Power X. “The Speed Week on the sands was promoted...

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