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Exclusive eBay Auction Offers Chance to Bid on Mika Salo's Brand New Ferrari F430 Scuderia and Take on World Famous Cross Country Drive Alongside the Risi Competizione Driver SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- World Class Driving, the preeminent authority in experiential driving, is proud to partner with Risi Competizione Driver Mika Salo to create the ultimate experience for one lucky enthusiast looking to take on the 2009 Gumball 3000 Rally.
Italian male model Fabio wrecked a Ferrari belonging to World Class Driving while driving the sports car near Calabasas, Calif., sources allege. Unidentified sources said the 50-year-old model allegedly took a turn too fast on Mulholland Drive, lost control and struck something off the road, TMZ.com reported Sunday. Specific details regarding what he struck in Saturday's accident were not reported, but TMZ.com said the Ferrari sustained front and back end damage to its right side. Fabio,...
Powerful V8 Dominates ALMS Opener and Shows-off in the Ferrari Challenge Series Opener ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ferrari F430 opened strong in Florida over the weekend with dominant finishes in the season opener of the American Le Mans series at Sebring and fast paced action at the start of the Ferrari Challenge series at Homestead.
Formula One officials in Paris changed the way they determine a driving champion, letting race victories, rather than a points competition, choose the winner. The International Automobile Federation's World Motor Sport Council made the change Tuesday, scrapping a system in which the driving title was decided by points awarded on a sliding scale according to race finish. Now, the overall champion will be the racer who wins the most grand prix, the council said.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested in Aldeburgh, England, for allegedly busting up a Ferrari Enzo belonging to Jamiroquai front man Jay Kay, police said. The Scotsman reported the car, which is worth about $1.4 million, sustained a smashed-in driver's side window and windshield early Tuesday outside
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Italian automaker Ferrari drove a different circuit in 2008 than other car companies, claiming its best year ever in sales, earnings and profits. Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said the company was due for a strong year in 2009 because, there will always be someone crazy enough to buy a Ferrari, ANSA news agency reported Thursday. Today, I'm sure we can still find 6,000 crazy enough to buy our annual output, he said. Ferrari's parent company Fiat, however, is struggling and may have to...
By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Spanish stand-in Pedro de la Rosa can expect to compete in the last four races of the Formula One season after Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix, McLaren team boss Ron Dennis said on Saturday.
By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Fernando Alonso believes Renault will be more than a match for Formula One rivals Ferrari for the rest of the season despite being stripped of a performance-boosting damper device.
By Alan Baldwin BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Briton Jenson Button raced through the rain to seize an emotional first Formula One victory in a Hungarian Grand Prix thriller on Sunday.