Competing in front of a large International audience at the famed Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the lone event run in conjunction with this weekend’s FIA Formula One World Championship, Scuderia Corsa would not disappoint in their efforts to present a first-class experience. Bringing 11 cars to this invitation-only event, the team enjoyed tremendous success both on and off the track, with an overall win, a total of five podiums and one Coppa Team highlighting a weekend that truly integrated Ferrari’s racing heritage.
A $3 Million Ferrari That you Can’t Drive on the RoadView Post
100 Ferrari’s Gather for the Ferrari Cavalcade 2017View Post
Supercars Gather for 2017 Ace Spade RallyView Post
In the first quarter of 2017 ending March 31, Ferrari shipped 2,003 cars, up 121 or 6.4% vs. Q1 2016. This was achieved by a 50% increase in sales of the 12 cylinder models, which was partially offset by the 8 cylinder models which posted a 3% decrease. The strong sales of V12 models was led by the GTC4Lusso, LaFerrari Aperta as well as the F12tdf, partially offset by the F12berlinetta, at its 6th year of sales, phasing-out, while California T is at its 4th year of sales.
Double Podium for Ferrari 488 GTE at Silverstone World Endurance ChampionshipView Post
Exclusive: 2016 Ferrari 488GTB ReviewView Post
Italian driver Giancarlo Fisichella explains what it’s like to drive the Ferrari 488 GTE and discusses the challenges posed by IMSA’s new “Balance of Performance.”
Interview With Ferrari 488 GT3 Driver Christina NielsenView Post
At the historic 12 Hours of Sebring, the Ferrari 488 GT3 has scored victory in its first race, 60 years after Ferrari’s first Sebring victory.
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