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Cavallino Classic Competition

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015

The second day of events of the 24th Cavallino Classic is nearly half way over and the fun has only just begun! The action at PBIR has been non-stop and the weather perfect. The paddock is awash in rosso corsa complimented by the glorious sound of Maranello’s finest at speed as the hot laps...

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The Myth of the Auction Room

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015

Who will be the lucky new owner of the 1967 Le Mans winner? The new year begins with a celebration of the past. On January 15th, the most eagerly-awaited car at the Bonhams sales in Scottsdale goes under the hammer. It is, of course, the 11th 275 GTB Competizione of just 12 built by Maranello in 1966....

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1,000 Ferraris in Beverly Hills

Posted by on Oct 13, 2014

Following Saturday night’s black-tie gala at Beverly Hills City Hall, Ferrari’s 60th anniversary celebrations culminated in California with a historic display on Rodeo Drive of 60 of the most iconic Prancing Horses ever assembled. “Race Through The Decades: 1954-2014” brought a...

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Canadian Tire Motorsports Park Provides Struggles

Posted by on Jul 14, 2014

Sunday afternoon’s TUDOR United SportsCar Championship race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park would be a difficult one for the Ferrari 458 Italias that compete in the GT-LeMans and GT-Daytona classes. An incident in the first hour of the race would spell the end of two strong runs for the...

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Spanish GP: A Struggle for Scuderia Ferrari

Posted by on May 12, 2014

It was a difficult Spanish Grand Prix for Ferrari at the Catalunya track today. While running different tyre strategies, neither Fernando Alonso nor Kimi Raikkonen managed to deliver a great result. In the closing stages, the Spaniard managed to pass the Finn, but they were only fighting for sixth...

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