This DIY Electric Ferrari 308 GTS from EV West has a manual transmission, zero emissions, and is basically the Best Car Ever.
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Super Awesome: French company De La Chapelle builds 2/3 Scale Classic Car Replicas for your race-ready kids to Go Kart racing in!
The Monaco FIA Formula 1 Grand Prix is always exciting right from the recognizance lap. The cars meander through the Casino de Monte-Carlo with million dollar yachts in the harbor and the buildings and mountains of the principality looming overhead. This year, two Ferraris were at the head of the field. They climbed up the […]
Formula 1 Race Results from Russia, 2017: Ferrari’s Fight-to-the-Finnish Fails while Mercedes Clings to Constructor’s Lead
The Formula 2 race from Russia was a fight in the last two laps, with the newest Mercedes driver to score his first win for the team.
Bernie Ecclestone has been kicked upstairs by Liberty Media, new owners of the commercial rights to Formula One.
Alfa Romeo unveiled its Stelvio SUV at the Los Angeles auto show last week to rave reviews. The rapid, stylish SUV is the sports utility Ferrari could have built but didn’t. Will it be a hit in America?
I think it’s safe to say that the past week has been a weird one for all of us, and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne is making it even weirder.
Liberty Media, which bought the commercial rights to Formula One earlier this year, has picked Ross Brawn to head the management of the sport.
Ferrari says it may reduce the size of its engines and boost performance with hybrid powertrains, but it has no interest in making an electric car. A Ferrari has a snorting, bellowing gasoline engine. End of story.
Lewis Hamilton stormed to pole position for tomorrow’s Italian grand prix at Monza, finishing nearly a full second ahead of the fastest Ferrari.
The Haas Formula One team will introduce a new double wave wing at Monza this weekend, and I will be there to see if it works. Stay tuned!
So far in 2917, Ferrari Formula One cars have made much better starts than the cars from Mercedes. Is Ferrari’s unique clutch control a factor in that starting line success?