The Ferrari 812 Superfast: Ignore the odd “childlike” nomenclature (...we should be used to it by now), with 799 hp and a V12 engine Ferrari has just revealed its fastest production car ever! This model is the newest (and best yet) addition to the Ferrari lineup, it will be replacing the F12 Berlinetta and Ferrari promises top notch performance and power on this one. Detailed comparison between the Ferrari 812 Superfast and the F12 Berlinetta The 812 Superfast has got a...
Just When You Thought It Couldn't Get Any Faster.. It Did!Date :
February 20, 2017
Alonso: I should have left Ferrari soonerDate :
August 25, 2015
McLaren's current F1 driver Fernando Alonso said in a television interview that he should have left his former team Ferrari sooner than he did since things were not getting better. Alonso was moved from Renault to McLaren and then to Ferrari, where he spent five seasons with them and now returned to McLaren. Alonso said to CNN: "I had to leave Ferrari before one or two seasons, the car was not good enough and things were getting sad. After 5 years in Ferrari I got the second place, I saw...
Fake Ferraris: Can you tell the difference?!Date :
July 02, 2015
Do you remember those little pillows thrown on the back seats of a car saying” when I grow up I want to be a Ferrari?” Well these car owners brought their wish to a whole new level and literally turned their very own rides to legendary Ferraris! Can you guess which one is real?!
Schumacher's latest News!Date :
May 26, 2015
Schumacher continues to recover from a skiing accident that occurred in December 2013. His agent asked the public to always be reminded of how serious the injury is. Schumacher spent several months in a coma following the crash, before he was transferred to a Swiss hospital after being conscious again in late June 2014. Since September 2014, he continues his rehabilitation at his home on Lake Gland in Geneva. “Schumacher's rehabilitation costs are €140,000 a week, while the total cost...
LaFerrari Vs. Koenigsegg Agera: Who's The King Of The Hypercars?Date :
May 11, 2015
There can only be one winner. One of the hottest showdowns that took place during the recent Hypermax event at VMax 200 was a head to head drag race between two super heavyweight hypercars, the Ferrari LaFerrari and the Koenigsegg Agera N. In this epic battle, the two hypercars were not competing for the fastest quarter mile, but rather for which car could reach the highest top speed. This was an especially close race, with the LaFerrari boasting a 950 horsepower V12 and the Agera with...
Bottas plays down Ferrari rumorsDate :
May 08, 2015
Valtteri Bottas on Thursday tried to play down rumours he is shaping up as a Ferrari driver of the future. The Williams driver denied the wilder of the reports, for instance that he has already signed a 'pre-agreement' to join the fabled Italian marque. "I saw some and heard plenty of stories and it's sometimes quite funny to hear those because in the end you know what's the case and what's not," the Finn told reporters in Barcelona. "There's a lot of people making up...
LaFerrari heavily wrecked after crashing in ShanghaiDate :
May 02, 2015
A red LaFerrari has been severely damaged after crashing on a highway in Shanghai, China. The accident occurred yesterday evening on an elevated highway where a teenage driver probably without the necessary driving experience to drive such a high-powered vehicle lost control of the 963 PS hybrid machine and hit the side barrier. It was a powerful impact as the airbags were deployed and the front end is almost unrecognizable while the rear left wheel has seen better days. The exact cause...
Ferrari says Mercedes still has best carDate :
March 31, 2015
Although disappointed, Toto Wolff had to chuckle late on Sunday when asked if Malaysia signalled the "end of an era" in formula one. Although it was somewhat of a jibe at his former teammate Daniel Ricciardo and team Red Bull, Sebastian Vettel observed that his win for Ferrari was arguably the "first time Mercedes got beaten fair and square" in the new turbo V6 era. But is it premature to say the 'era' of Mercedes' domination is now over? "Formula one is a bit extreme sometimes,...
Ferrari will pay Fiat Chrysler $2.8 billion before its spinoffDate :
November 14, 2014
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles estimates it will receive about 2.25 billion euros ($2.8 billion) from Ferrari before it spins off the supercar unit next year. "Prior to the separation we also intend to enter into certain other transactions including distributions and transfers of cash from Ferrari currently estimated at 2.25 billion euros," FCA said today in a filing with U.S regulators. FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne, who is also Ferrari's chairman, plans to list 10 percent of Ferrari in the second...