Want to see Fernando and Felipe hooning around in a Ferrari 458 Italia? Of course you do. The film was shot at Circuit de…
How many Ferraris would you need to bring together to beat the world record for the largest ever parade? 50 cars? 200? How about 500? Let me give you a clue – the previous record set in 2008 at Japan’s Fuji Speedway Circuit was 490 cars. Awesome eh?
British Chef, Gordon Ramsay, received a VIP welcome recently when he visited Ferrari’s Maranello home. Ramsay is a big fan of the Italian sports car maker and had the chance to drive a 458 Italia around Fiorano as well as being driven in the new F12berlinetta.
Long-time Ferrari enthusiast, Eric Clapton, talks exclusively in the latest issue of The Official Ferrari Magazine about his latest car produced as part of Ferrari’s One Off programme.
Well this is an unexpected bonus, and one which will brighten up the Diamond Jubilee celebrations for any of you non-royalists. The Jubilee Pageant at Windsor Castle on May 10th to 13th will feature both historic and contemporary Ferraris, together with a display by the 4th Mounted Carabinieri Regiment.
This year marks the 20th anniversary since the first Ferrari, a 348 TS, was ordered in Beijing, and to mark the occasion Ferrari will introduce a special-edition 458 Italia, produced exclusively for the Chinese market.
Something of a ruckus kicked off last night as pictures of very ‘special’ Ferrari 458 Italia hit the web, rumoured to belong to none other than legendary singer-songwriter, Eric Clapton.
Ferrari unveiled the F12berlinetta to an eager press contingent this morning at Geneva, providing the first opportunity for us to see their new flagship up-close and in the metal.
For a bit of fun, I thought it might be interesting to compare the new Ferrari F12berlinetta with its closest sibling, the 80 bhp less powerful Ferrari FF, using the sound of their engines as the only clue.
This is the car that everyone will want to see at next week’s Geneva motor show. F12berlinetta ushers in a new generation of Ferrari 12-cylinders in a car that is claimed to deliver unprecedented performance.
With just 2 more days to go, Ferrari has released its 3rd (and final) teaser for its 599 replacement – the 720 bhp F620.
As is the norm, with the build up to a big new launch, someone snaps a grainy picture of the new model and posts it on the internet. Ferrari’s F620 will be revealed in its full glory next Wednesday (29th), but we understand this is what it will look like.