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  1. The Karma debuted at the 2008 North American Auto Show in Detroit, near the onset of the economic turndown.
  2. When Robb Report readers took to the roads of the Napa Valley in 14 spectacular examples of contemporary automotive engineering, one vehicle sped straight toward an overwhelming victory.
  3. One does not often mention Canada and supercars in the same breath, but Felino, a new high-performance carmaker based in Montreal, hopes to change that with its first production model, the Felino cB7.
  4. A mainstay of Monterey Car Week since 1985, the Concorso Italiano gives visitors the opportunity to behold more than 1,000 classic Italian vehicles in one location.
  5. In less than a decade, the Turin, Italy, custom car builder Studiotorino has developed an impressive stable of revamped automobiles, including ones based on vehicles from Mercedes-Benz, Maserati, and...
  6. The Geneva International Motor Show, now in its 84th year, is held each March in the Geneva Palexpo, a massive convention center located across from the airport.
  7. The Ferrari Challenge amateur and semipro racing series started 20 years ago with a group of owners who wanted to experience the full potential of their Ferraris.
  8. Following the 2010 opening of Abu Dhabi’s Ferrari World theme park, the Italian carmaker has announced its plans for a similar attraction, Ferrari Land, just outside of Barcelona, Spain.
  9. Held two weeks in advance of the famed Formula 1 Grand Prix of Monaco, RM Auctions’ May 10 sale in Monaco brings a diverse selection of classic automobiles to the block, along with several non-...
  10. 1966 Ford Mk GT40: Tom Shaughnessy is an automotive treasure hunter of sorts. He has discovered and restored numerous vintage Ferraris and other classic cars, many of them former racecars.