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Unveiled at the 1964 Geneva Auto Salon, the 500 Superfast was the last in a series of ultra-exclusive Ferrari road cars, built in limited numbers for the world’s elite.
Information from Brent Snavely, Detroit Free Press Investors and car enthusiasts who want to own a share of Ferrari stock got their first look on Thursday at the future of the brand.
Like all other 250 LMs, chassis number 6105, the 23rd of just 32 examples made, was destined for the race track.
Anyone who is a fan of automotive design knows the name Giorgetto Giugiaro. The legendary Italian designer has penned some of the most beautiful cars of all time.
The Matra Museum for its 2015 exposition has chosen cinema as the unifying theme, and the exhibition is based on the book “Ferrari in Movies” by the noted expert of Ferrari in movies, Philippe Ramlot.
This 275 GTB, s/n 08517, is a late-production, long-nose, torque-tube example originally finished in Rosso Chiaro (20-R-190) over a Nero interior (VM 8500).
Breaking news… Ferrari has just premiered their new 488 Spider online. This new convertible version of Ferrari’s twin turbo charged 3.9 liter 488 is sure to be the latest hot commodity in the automotive world.
The 250 GTE Register & Newsletter is organizing a third gathering of their favorite cars at this year’s Concorso Italiano on Saturday August 15th at the Black Horse Golf Course in Monterey, California.
AF Corse Ferrari 458 GT3 (3406) with drivers Lathouras/Lemeret/Bruni/Pier Guidi has won the Pro-Am class of the Spa 24 Hours and came 4th overall!
Sebastian Vettel snatched a second 2015 victory for Ferrari today at a chaotic Hungarian Grand Prix. Rivals Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg falter and finish off the podium.
The Scuderia’s SF15-T both in top 5 in Hungaroring qualifying In torrid conditions at the Hungaroring, where the air temperature hit 33 degrees, the track on 55, qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix went well for Scuderia Ferrari.
The first of only four 212 Inter models bodied by Vignale, this 1951 212 Inter Cabriolet has matching numbers – chassis number 0159 E – has its Red Book Certification from Ferrari Classiche, benefits from a comprehensive and correct restoration, and received second place honors at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance behind the Best of Show-winning 375 MM Speciale.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV’s plan to raise money by spinning off Ferrari took a step forward with the automaker filing for the unit’s initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.
This 1950 Ferrari 275 S/340 America, chassis 0030 MT, leads the early entries for RM’s Monterey sale, on California’s Monterey Peninsula.
“Jules fought right to the very end, as he always did, but today his battle came to an end.” The words used by Jules Bianchi’s family on July 18th, 2015 to announce the passing of the young Ferrari Driver Academy driver who was involved in a catastrophic accident at the wheel of a Marussia during the Suzuka Grand Prix on October 5 2014 and never recovered from his injuries.
The 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso or simply “Lusso,” Italian for luxury, was priced when new from $13,375, a healthy amount in its day but nowhere compared to its value now, in the millions, as collectors recognize the intrinsic value of this 250 GT street Ferrari.
From a very prominent American collection, this remarkable sports-racing car – the 1959 250 GT Competizione Alloy Berlinetta, s/n 1519 GT – is an ultimate example from what many consider to be the golden age of Ferrari.
Reports are now surfacing out of Italy that Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa has stepped down. Although not officially confirmed by Ferrari, many Italian news outlets are reporting that Felisa has resigned due to a disagreement with current Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne.
There were many Ferraris this year at the Festival of Speed, many on display but several notable ones taking to the run up the hill at Goodwood, to the delight of the massive crowds.
From Brent Snavely of the Detroit Free Press Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said recently that the automaker is days away from filing its prospectus for a public stock offering for at least 10% of Ferrari’s shares.