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Fiat to keep 10% of Ferrari & Sell No Other Brands

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Fiat to keep 10% of Ferrari & Sell No Other Brands

Fiat to keep 10% of Ferrari & Sell No Other Brands

From Reuters: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles does not expect to sell more than 10 percent of its Ferrari subsidiary in a planned initial public offering, Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said recently, in a change of heart from a month ago. The CEO said previously that Fiat Chrysler could sell more than 10 percent of the luxury unit to boost liquidity in the shares. But “I don’t believe we will go above 10 percent,” Marchionne said on the sidelines of an event in Amsterdam, but added that no final decision had been taken. A higher stake...

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British GP: Vettel Fights His Way to Podium

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off on British GP: Vettel Fights His Way to Podium

British GP: Vettel Fights His Way to Podium

In tricky conditions, Seb claims a well deserved third place The British Grand Prix started under summer skies, but eventually delivered a typical English day, with rain arriving unexpectedly for the final third of the race. When the rain came, Raikkonen had been lying fifth and switched to Intermediate tyres on lap 38, while Vettel came in four laps later. It was enough to make the difference when it came to tyre management, given that the rain intensified just as Sebastian made his stop. Thanks to a great strategy, Vettel managed to jump...

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British GP: All Red Third Row

Posted by on Jul 4, 2015 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off on British GP: All Red Third Row

British GP: All Red Third Row

Fifth and sixth places for Ferrari in qualifying at Silverstone A large crowd was treated to a very exciting qualifying session for the British Grand Prix this Saturday afternoon. In front of around 100,000 spectators, the Scuderia ended up with Kimi Raikkonen fifth in 1.33.379 and sixth with Sebastian Vettel, who did a 1.33.547. On their last set of Medium tyres, neither Ferrari man managed to improve on the times posted on their first set of new tyres, but it was enough to lock down the third row of the grid for tomorrow’s race. Pole went...

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“The Quail” To Highlight Coachbuilt Ferraris

Posted by on Jul 3, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on “The Quail” To Highlight Coachbuilt Ferraris

“The Quail” To Highlight Coachbuilt Ferraris

Monterey this year in 2015 will be the big Ferrari weekend, as happens once a decade out there, and all the events will showcase Ferrari in one form or another. The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, will be no exception but instead of trying to capture all Ferraris, they will focus on what many consider the ne plus ultra of the Ferrari world – Coachbuilt Ferraris. There will also be their usual class for the marque – The Great Ferraris – so you will not be disappointed. Other classes featured this year are the Long Tail Cars of Le Mans, Iconic...

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GTE Tradition, and Recognition, Continues

Posted by on Jul 2, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on GTE Tradition, and Recognition, Continues

GTE Tradition, and Recognition, Continues

A great tradition will continue in the Ferrari world with a new publisher for the famous “Ferrari 250 GTE Newsletter”. This newsletter was started by tireless Len Miller and has been around since 1984. Later it was taken over by Bill Preston, who continued with the newsletter’s main mission, which was to collect and preserve as much data as possible on the GTEs. The newsletter and Register are run by Tom Wilson and the new Editor/Publisher is David Wheeler and the newsletter’s future (and that of the associated GTE Register) is bright....

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Mahindra’s Plan to Buy Pininfarina Rejected

Posted by on Jul 1, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Mahindra’s Plan to Buy Pininfarina Rejected

Mahindra’s Plan to Buy Pininfarina Rejected

As reported here on the Cavallino website, Pininfarina had been in talks to be bought out by Mahindra and Mahindra. The Italian newspaper Il Messaggero has reported that Mahindra & Mahindra’s take over plans of Pininfarina have now fallen through due to opposition from the legendary design firm’s creditors. Despite a spike of share sales based on expectations of the impending purchase, three of the four banks have rejected the offer citing the stipulation that they write-off half of the €87 million owed to them....

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Scams Reported Over the Sale of Ferrari Shares

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Scams Reported Over the Sale of Ferrari Shares

Scams Reported Over the Sale of Ferrari Shares

From The telegraph British savers are falling for a fake opportunity to invest in Ferrari’s upcoming share float, a Telegraph Money investigation has discovered. Members of the public are being urged not to respond to cold calls or personal approaches from financial advisers claiming to sell “IPO” shares in the Italian car maker, as they do not yet exist. The “opportunity” has proved particularly convincing among investors, largely because it is based on a half truth. Salesmen have been telling people that the deadline for buying shares is...

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Inaugural Times Grand Prix At Riverside

Posted by on Jun 29, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Inaugural Times Grand Prix At Riverside

Inaugural Times Grand Prix At Riverside

The Inaugural Times Grand Prix At Riverside in 1958 was a watershed event in American road racing – the first time professional drivers were allowed in what had been previously amateur racing sports car competitions. Ferrari Researcher Andreas Dziedzic has combed the files in California archives and has come up with many new facts, about both the cars and about the cast of characters who made up California racing in the 1950s. From the text by Andreas Dziedzic: “The entry list read like a Who’s Who of sports car driving. Despite SCCA...

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Goodwood – History Meets Speed

Posted by on Jun 29, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Goodwood – History Meets Speed

Goodwood – History Meets Speed

Derek Bell in his 1970 Ferrari 512. XX Programmes entertain the crowds On the 17th May 1970, Derek Bell drove his first Sports Car in an endurance race at the Spa 1000 Km. The car was a Ferrari 512 S, one of only 25 cars built to contest the Manufacturers’ World Championship in 1970 and 1971. The car was entered by Ecurie Francorchaps and Derek shared it with Belgian driver Hughes de Fierlant. With an all-alloy 5.0 litre V12 engine, generating 550hp, the 512 S had a top speed of over 212mph. Designed by Giacomo Calari as both a berlinetta and...

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Ferraris to Retrace Historic Road Race at Pebble Beach

Posted by on Jun 28, 2015 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Ferraris to Retrace Historic Road Race at Pebble Beach

Ferraris to Retrace Historic Road Race at Pebble Beach

First Ferrari to Race in California to be Featured on Poster Art for 65th Annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Hopes ran high for the 1949 Ferrari 166 Mille Miglia owned by Jim Kimberly when it pulled to the starting line of the 2nd annual Pebble Beach Road Races in 1951. It was the first Ferrari ever to race in California. Just a few weeks prior, it had triumphed over all of the competition in its first West Coast race in Palm Springs. Hope for a second victory was short-lived. As Kimberly flew into turn three of lap 20 – just...

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