Ferrari

Last week, while many in the United States were driven indoors to escape the chilling grip of winter, car cognoscenti made their annual migration to sun-soaked Arizona. There, on the heels of the...
This month, while many in the United States are driven indoors to escape the chilling grip of winter, car cognoscenti make their annual migration to sun-soaked Arizona. There, on the heels of the...
Automotive historians may one day look back on this year with wonder as high performance luxury marques were prolific in their release of new vehicles that challenged both boundaries and convention...
Skip Barber—namesake and founder of the famed Skip Barber Racing School—has driven many cars in his motorsports career, but his favorite is the Ferrari 275 GTB . Barber wanted one ever since he was...
When retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Robert A. Phillips set his eyes on this broken 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Series II tucked away in a dealership back in 1960 and realized it was packing a rare 4-...
Driven by philanthropy, Ferrari has created a Prancing Horse with a purpose—a one-off LaFerrari to be auctioned through RM Sotheby’s as a benefit to the victims of the recent earthquakes in central...
Steven Read, a former member of the U.S. Alpine Ski Team, has always compared his 1972 Ferrari 312PB to skis because of its precision. The 312PB, which Read has spent about 20 hours per year driving...
Despite being considered a frontrunner during its racing season in 1971, the Ferrari 512 M —manned by the “dream team” of owner Roger Penske, mechanic John Woodard, and drivers Mark Donohue and David...
The Ferrari 275 GTB/4 convertible in Reggie Jackson’s collection is tantalizingly close to being a type that has sold for $27.5 million. Over the past five decades, hundreds of cars have zoomed in...
A Prancing Horse with profound provenance, a 1962 Ferrari 250 Gran Turismo Omologato (GTO) is currently being offered on the open market through renowned classics broker Talacrest for a reported $55...
Photography by Lorenzo Marcinno Like the FF that preceded it, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso is a stunning and powerful GT with plenty of room for four occupants, plus their ski and overnight bags. On a steep...
RobbReport .com partner Petrolicious commemorates the successful Ferrari 250 GTO by putting Derek Hill—racing driver and son of the car’s inaugural Ferrari Factory Driver Phil Hill—behind the wheel...
Halloween thrill-seekers, take note: These six scary-fast supercars will ignite your adrenaline faster than any eerie séance, haunted mansion, or ghoulish ghost story. Think you’re ready?
The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 is incredibly rare because only four models were built (the one in this video being the only original P4 left in the world). However, according to Ferrari racing instructor...
Bruce Meyer shares his 1957 Ferrari 625/250 TRC originally ordered by racecar driver and California Ferrari distributor John von Neumann. Chassis #0672 won a long list of races, making it the most...
Every other year, the City of Light hosts the Mondial de l’Automobile , showcasing the latest cars destined for Europe and the rest of the world. This year, the Paris Motor Show (as it is commonly...
On September 15, one of Enzo’s classic ponies found a new stable when a 1966 Ferrari 275 Berlinetta Competizione (GTB/C) sold for $10.3 million through RK Motors Charlotte, in Charlotte, N.C. A...
For years, automakers have used a mid-engine layout in ultra-high-performance sports cars for its balanced weight distribution and exceptional handling and traction. Whether rare sports cars from...
The first car to break the 100 mph barrier was a 90 hp Napier, which in 1905 reached 104.65 mph—and then had its record broken 15 minutes later. Top-speed leapfrog has been the name of the game ever...
Speedy and versatile, the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T is a more casual counterpart to the brand’s superstar supercars. Set to be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show at the end of the month, the model is...
A champion of the hobby, Bruce Meyer may be more enthusiastic than any other car collector about sharing his vehicles and his passion. The Beverly Hills businessman, a gearhead since his teenage...
If you’re already investing in a luxury sports car, why play it safe when it comes to the paint color? According to an article published by Forbes , choosing a yellow car rather than a “safe” option...
Whether it has been painstakingly designed for visual appeal or has more to do with aerodynamics and functionality, a car’s silhouette needs to stand out for the right reasons if it’s going to...
No color embodies classic sexiness like red, so it’s no wonder that Hollywood often features sports cars in this color scheme—from the 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to...
A Prancing Horse born to run, the Ferrari 288 Gran Turismo Omologato (GTO) was the fastest production car created when first released. The Pininfarina-designed Italian stallion leaves the stable with...
A record-setter returns to the limelight as a 1963 Ferrari 330 Le Mans Berlinetta (LMB) is being offered in a private treaty sale by Rick Cole Auctions. Prospective new owners will be able to preview...
Unable to keep a lid on it, Ferrari announced today that it will be producing a limited-edition LaFerrari roadster. The Prancing Horse hybrid, available with a removable carbon-fiber hard top and...
A stellar collection of Italian automobiles and motorcycles has been compiled for Bellissima! The Italian Automotive Renaissance, 1945–1975 , an exhibit at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts (...
As the summer driving season begins, Hagerty announces the 10 collector vehicles with the highest levels of demand. This list includes vehicles with positive value growth and momentum in private...
Robb Report ’s June “Best of the Best” issue is on newsstands now! Here are the best convertibles for 2016 . Selection Guidelines: Vehicle models must have been introduced or significantly updated...

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