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Ferrari 488 Pista “Piloti Ferrari” is a Racers-only Special Edition

Ferrari 488 Pista “Piloti Ferrari” is a Racers-only Special Edition
We have seen the Ferrari 488 Pista a few times, and if you ask me, it’s one of the sexiest cars Ferrari has ever made. Now, the Italian exotic car maker has announced a special edition of the 488 Pista available via its Tailor Made program.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1989 Ferrari Mythos

Concepts from Future Past: 1989 Ferrari Mythos
Back in 1989, Ferrari commissioned Sergio Pininfarina to design a new concept car which was intended to combine modern technology with the racing spirit of 1960s barchettas. Based on the Testarossa platform, the Ferrari Mythos had a smooth, curvy body style which was a great departure from the linear and pointed looks of the Testarossa.
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Ferrari 812 Superfast Hits Nearly 200 mph on the Autobahn

Ferrari 812 Superfast Hits Nearly 200 mph on the Autobahn
In certain stretches of the Autobahn, those German cats get to take their cars on public roads and go pretty much balls out without fear of the police. The thing that I always find interesting about these high-speed Autobahn runs is that everyone on the road knows to GTFO when a faster car is overtaking.
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The Ferrari 488 Pista Has 710 Prancing Italian Ponies

The Ferrari 488 Pista Has 710 Prancing Italian Ponies
The Ferrari 488 GTB is already quite an impressive vehicle, packing a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 that makes over 660 horsepower, and iconic Italian looks. But if the standard 488 isn’t enough for you, consider breaking open your piggy bank for this bad boy – the Ferrari 488 Pista.
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Electric Ferrari 308 GTS for Sale: Green, Wrapped in Ferrari Red

Electric Ferrari 308 GTS for Sale: Green, Wrapped in Ferrari Red
One glimpse at this Ferrari 308 GTS and the Magnum P.I. theme song will be stuck in your head. However, this particular specimen has given up its Italian V8 engine at some point along the way.
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Ferrari 458 Italia? Nope, Toyota Celica Italia

Ferrari 458 Italia? Nope, Toyota Celica Italia
Of all of the cars I’ve ever driven – and I’ve driven quite a few – my favorite is still the Ferrari 458 Italia. It just offered the right combination of power, oversteer, and drop dead looks that are everything you want in an Italian sportscar.
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2018 Ferrari Portofino: California T Replacement Gets HP Boost

2018 Ferrari Portofino: California T Replacement Gets HP Boost
Ferrari is saying goodbye to its California T convertible for 2018, and replacing it with something even better – the Portofino. This new retractable hardtop convertible features even more refined styling, and packs a big upgrade under the hood.
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One-of-a-kind Aluminum 1969 Ferrari “Daytona” for Sale

One-of-a-kind Aluminum 1969 Ferrari “Daytona” for Sale
With just 1,200 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” cars built between 1969 and 1973, they’re some of the most desirable collectors cars on the market, typically selling for upwards of $700,000 when fully restored. But why would a dusty old barn find Daytona be going for more than twice that much?
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Rare 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Alloy Turns up for Sale

Rare 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Alloy Turns up for Sale
Got $3 million burning a hole in your pocket? Then have I got something for you! This especially rare 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB should look great alongside all those other cars in your massive collection. I just love the look of Ferrari’s berlinetta style cars, and the bodywork by Scaglietti here is impeccable.
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Ferrari May be Working on a SUV

Ferrari May be Working on a SUV
After the angst-filled cries that went around the globe when Ferrari started making a four-seater car with the FF and the GTC4Lusso, I can only imagine that it will be worse if and when the Ferrari SUV (er, FUV – Ferrari Utility Vehicle) comes to be.
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The Sexiest Sort of Red Light District: 70 Years of Ferrari

The Sexiest Sort of Red Light District: 70 Years of Ferrari
Why yes. Yes you are indeed seeing red. The Petersen Automotive Museum, long revered as the quintessential collection hall for all things automotive, has turned its latest exhibition into one jaw-dropping take on Italian performance. Filed under the Bruce Meyer Family Gallery, the exhibition is entitled “Seeing Red: 70 Years of Ferrari” and its multi-million dollar lineup is nothing short of breathtaking.
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Rare Ferrari F40 Destroyed in Fire, But Lived a Good Life

Rare Ferrari F40 Destroyed in Fire, But Lived a Good Life
One look at this image will make you very sad. There aren’t that many Ferrari F40s out there and this one burned in some sort of horrible fire. It’s so demolished it’s hard to tell what the car under all that foamy flame retardant actually was.
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Ferrari 488 GT3 Turns up at Public Nürburgring Track Day

Ferrari 488 GT3 Turns up at Public Nürburgring Track Day
I’ve been to more track days than I can count, and what I can tell you is that most of the people turn up in pretty normal cars with better brake fluid and brake pads to hoon about.
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President Trump’s Ferrari F430 for Sale

President Trump’s Ferrari F430 for Sale
President Donald Trump was loaded way before he became President of the US. If you have the scratch to own a Ferrari and you want one with not only a celebrity past owner, but a President as well this may be the F430 for you.
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Mike Tyson Owned Ferrari F50 Heads to Auction

Mike Tyson Owned Ferrari F50 Heads to Auction
Mike Tyson is still one of the most (in)famous boxers in history, and over the years he amassed quite a bit of awesome stuff from his massive earnings. What has to be one of the sweetest things that Tyson owned was this Ferrari F50.
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