After using such evocative names as ‘Challenge Stradale’ and ‘Scuderia’ on its predecessors (the 360 and F430), the options were limited for a lightweight…
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Ferrari are in the midst of launching the new F12berlinetta this week, stretching the legs of its newest prancing horse in the hills above Maranello where the car was originally developed.
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.
What would Enzo say? That’s the first thing that came to mind when I looked at renderings of the upgraded Ferrari 599XX with Evolution Package. Well I guess if it goes faster on track, then he probably wouldn’t care how it looks – but then even Enzo Ferrari’s race cars managed to look beautiful. That’s not to say the 599XX isn’t beautiful for what it can do..
Supercar makers don’t usually need to advertise their latest models – the automotive and lifestyle media do a pretty good job of that on their own. So, on the rare occasion when an ad is created, we tend to sit up and take notice, since it tells us plenty about the state of the brand.
If you were watching the Italian GP from Monza last weekend, then you may have seen Jay Kay from Jamiroquai on the grid or perhaps listened to him at the ‘F1 Rocks in Monza’ concert on Friday which saw the British Funk band enthral a 7,000 strong audience.
Ferrari opened the Bologna Motor Show this morning with a stunning display of race cars including the 599XX and FXX (based upon the Enzo), but it was the 458 Challenge that took centre stage.
World-record holder and gold medal winner Usain Bolt, experienced a special day out in Maranello yesterday, where he tested out a 458 Italia and 599 GTB Fiorano at Ferrari’s Fiorano circuit.
Ferrari will present the SA APERTA at the Paris International Motor Show next week as a strictly limited edition version of its popular 599. Just 80 cars will be built to celebrate Pininfarina’s 80th anniversary, the nomenclature paying homage to both Sergio and Andrea Pininfarina whose company and work have been linked to the most successful road-going cars ever built at Maranello.
We take you through the latest 599 GTO videos and ask you to vote which is best.