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Balance & Control: Brembo Gets Set For 2019 Formula 1 Championship

Brakes are a funny thing. If you think about it, cars, especially performance cars, are about going, not stopping. But brakes actually help you go faster, not just slow you down. Brembo, the Italian brake component manufacturer has known this since day one, and they have been up to some interesting wizardry lately. That wizardry we will see in action when the 2019 Formula 1 season kicks off with the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday. The Science of Stopping Brakes help you go faster like this: T...
Tags: Magazine, Autos, Lockheed, Motorsport, Motorsports, Enzo Ferrari, Barcelona Spain, Brembo, Charles Leclerc, Scuderia Ferrari, Car Talk, Graham Hill, Tony Borroz, Brembo Formula, Hitco, Carbon Industries


Wall Street is getting one critical thing wrong on Ferrari (RACE)

Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas suggested that Ferrari could be shifting to all-electric vehicles in the future. Ferrari investors, Jonas thinks, could be underestimating the costs of this shift. Except that although Ferrari could produce some all-electric cars, it can never renounce its commitment to internal combustion — because racing runs on gas. For years, Ferrari scoffed at electric cars. True, the Italian automaker added hybrid-electric technology to its stratospherically expensive LaFerra...
Tags: US, Trends, Tesla, Ferrari, Electric, Morgan Stanley, Jonas, Marchionne, Sergio Marchionne, Enzo Ferrari, Adam Jonas, Scuderia Ferrari, Ferrari Jonas


Ex-Fangio Ferrari 290 MM fetches $22 million at auction

A 1950s factory Scuderia Ferrari sports car raced by a star-studded list of Formula 1 world champions and race winners is now the 10th most expensive car ever sold at auction
Tags: News, Scuderia Ferrari


Promoted: Shell Innovations Keeping Scuderia Ferrari On Track

Autosport visits the Shell Track Lab in the Scuderia Ferrari garage ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix
Tags: Sport, F1, Scuderia Ferrari, Autosport, Shell Track Lab


Ferrari: Race to Immortality Faces Danger & Tragedy With Style & Grace

I have a theory that 99.9 percent of all car movies are terrible; barely watchable dreck that only offers brief glimpses of something cool and car-related, let alone offering true insight into the automotive world, let alone the human condition. This movie, however, Ferrari: Race to Immortality, is most definitely not one of those movies. Studios & Garages I should preface this with the fact that I worked in movie and TV production for decades. Seeing a movie with me (and any of my production ...
Tags: Feature, Movies, Ferrari, Autos, Mercedes, Le Mans, Collins, Hawthorn, Peter, Enzo Ferrari, Don, Enzo, Stirling Moss, Scuderia Ferrari, Peter Collins, Mike Hawthorn


Remembering FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne

Sergio Marchionne in December 2010. Photo courtesy FCA. Sergio Marchionne was a difficult individual to know. The son of an Italian Carabinieri, he spent his formative years in Canada, and later earned degrees from Canadian universities in philosophy, commerce, business management, and law. Perhaps best known for his take-no-prisoners style of management, Marchionne was widely respected – and even revered – by his direct reports, partly because of his tireless work ethic. On July 25, Marchionne...
Tags: General Motors, Canada, Ferrari, Fca, Rip, Autos, Chrysler, Fiat, Sebastian Vettel, Turin, Kimi Raikkonen, Marchionne, Sergio Marchionne, Mazda, U S Treasury, Dodge Viper


After 58 years with the same owner, “the Admiral’s Ferrari” seeks a new home

1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Series II. All images copyright and courtesy of Gooding & Company. Photos by James Lipman. In 1960, Robert Phillips was a young officer in the United States Navy, stationed in Oakland, California. When he heard rumors of an old racing Ferrari stashed at a nearby Rambler dealership, Phillips had to investigate for himself, and, ultimately, his detective work resulted in a 58-year love affair with a 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Series II. In August, Gooding & Company will off...
Tags: California, France, Shows, Auctions, Ferrari, Maranello, Paris, Richmond California, Davis, Autos, Venezuela, South America, Oakland, Bahamas, Pebble Beach, Motorsports


Part of Ford’s 1966 Le Mans podium sweep, this GT40 Mk II could set an auction record

1966 Ford GT40 Mk II, chassis P/1016. Photos copyright and courtesy of RM Sotheby’s, unless otherwise noted. In a soft rain, just past 4:00 p.m. on June 19, 1966, a trio of Ford GT40 Mk IIs rounded the White House corner on the Circuit de la Sarthe, running in a carefully orchestrated pack. In the most controversial finish the 24 Hours of Le Mans has ever seen, Ford didn’t just beat rival Ferrari, it humiliated the legendary brand in its own backyard, taking first-, second-, and third-place. Th...
Tags: Europe, California, France, White House, Shows, United States, Auctions, Ford, Autos, Csx, Steve McQueen, Mclaren, Monterey, Le Mans, Reno, Motorsports


Prancing moose creator sent cease and desist letter by Volvo

Photo by AJ. A cheeky homage to Volvo’s sometimes staid reputation may soon become a thing of the past now that Volvo has sent a cease and desist letter to the creator of the prancing moose logo over his use of the Swedish company’s trademark on restoration parts. As Dave Barton shared on his site, PrancingMoose.com, the cease and desist letter came directly from Volvo Trademark Holdings in Sweden right around Easter weekend “after years of Volvo offering silent indifference” to the reproductio...
Tags: Sweden, Legislation, Regulation, United States, Porsche, Autos, Volvo, Trademark, Logos, Southern California, Lamborghini, Barton, Irvine California, Volvo Cars, Scuderia Ferrari, Steve Berry


Oh Snap! F1 Mechanic Breaks Leg During Ferrari Pit Stop, Räikkönen Gets DNF

It’s easy to forget that, like drivers, pit crew members frequently put themselves in harm’s way for the big win. We saw a brutal reminder of this on Sunday when Ferrari mechanic Francesco Cigorini had his leg run over by driver Kimi Räikkönen post-release. While the incident wasn’t life threatening, it did serve to show that […] The post Oh Snap! F1 Mechanic Breaks Leg During Ferrari Pit Stop, Räikkönen Gets DNF appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Safety, Racing, Formula One, F1, Ferrari, Autos, Injuries, Motorsport, Kimi Raikkonen, Scuderia Ferrari, News Blog, Bahrain Grand Prix, Francesco Cigorini


1938 Hispano-Suiza takes Award of Excellence – Grand Boulevard at L.A. Classic Auto Show

1938 Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet Xenia. Photos by Michael Furman, courtesy the Mullin Automotive Museum. Andre Dubonnet was a World War I flying ace, a race car driver, an Olympic athlete, and a prolific inventor. Given his background, no ordinary automobile would do, so Dubonnet had several designed for him, including a futuristic Saoutchik-bodied coupe built atop a Hispano-Suiza chassis. Now owned by the Mullin Museum, the 1938 Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet Xenia recently added a new trophy to it...
Tags: France, Los Angeles, Best, Shows, Paris, Gm, Autos, Chevrolet, Vauxhall, Opel, Amelia Island Concours D'elegance, Pontiac, Andre, Peter Mullin, Scuderia Ferrari, Xenia


Beyond the Prancing Horse – 7 Supercar Logos Explained

Do you ever wonder how our iconic marques got their logos? Long before brand management and marketing agencies were around to custom design a ‘winning’ emblem, some of our best loved racing car badges took inspiration from their founder families, their home country and even the universe. If you’re the proud owner of one of these supercars (for everyone else, there’s always supercar driving experiences – like these at Into the Blue), remind yourself of these 7 stories proudly displayed on the ...
Tags: Milan, Germany, Porsche, Ferrari, Autos, Lotus, Subaru, Neptune, Stuttgart, Bologna, Modena, Enzo Ferrari, Chapman, Maserati, Ferruccio Lamborghini, Pleiades


Africa:Philip Morris International and Scuderia Ferrari partner together to advance the vision of a world free of tobacco smoke

[PMI] LAUSANNE, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE) -- February 20, 2018 -- Philip Morris International Inc. NYSE/Euronext Paris: PMI) and Scuderia Ferrari have extended their partnership until 2021. Their successful collaboration spans more than 40 years. As of today, the partnership will be exclusively focused on advancing the cause of a smoke-free world -- a world in which all people who would otherwise continue smoking switch from the most harmful form of nicotine consumption -- cigarettes -- to
Tags: News, Africa, Philip Morris International, Lausanne Switzerland, Scuderia Ferrari, Philip Morris International Inc NYSE


Formula One Responds to Ferrari’s Unenthusiastic Reaction to New Rules

Last week, Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne expressed his distaste for what he perceived as a less-than-desirable update to Formula One’s engine rules. He even suggested the brand might remove itself from the sport if Liberty Media doesn’t reconsider some of its proposals for 2021. “I understand that Liberty may have taken these into account in coming […] The post Formula One Responds to Ferrari’s Unenthusiastic Reaction to New Rules appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Racing, Formula One, F1, Ferrari, Autos, Engines, Motorsport, Sergio Marchionne, Ferrari NV, Scuderia Ferrari, Liberty Media, News Blog, Chase Carey, Racing Rules


Ferrari Thinks F1 Can Shove Those New Engines, Threatens to Quit

Ferrari, the company that has participated in every single Formula One championship since its inaugural season in 1950, is threatening to give up the sport if U.S.-based Liberty Media follows through with its new engine rules. Depending on how you like your motorsport, Ferrari is either completely vindicated in its criticisms or overacting like a spoiled […] The post Ferrari Thinks F1 Can Shove Those New Engines, Threatens to Quit appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Racing, Formula One, F1, Ferrari, Autos, Engines, Motorsport, Sergio Marchionne, Ferrari NV, Scuderia Ferrari, Liberty Media, News Blog, Racing Rules


Wall Street doesn't understand Ferrari's business (RACE)

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas thinks Ferrari needs to go electric to survive. But selling cars to survive so it can sell more cars isn't what Ferrari is all about. Ferrari exists to build race cars first, road cars second. Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas is to be commended for pushing an investment thesis on the future of mobility so out-there that's it's difficult for the rest of Wall Street to keep up. But sometimes Jonas pushes too far, as he did on Thursday in a research note a...
Tags: Wall Street, US, Trends, Ferrari, Morgan Stanley, Jonas, Sergio Marchionne, Enzo Ferrari, Chianti, Portofino, Adam Jonas, Scuderia Ferrari, Maranello Italy, La Ferrari, Hong Kong Los Angeles, Belgravia Madrid Munich Shanghai


EB17: Triathlon Concept teases actual innovation from Bianchi Scuderia Ferrari

Yesterday with the announcement of the Bianchi x Scuderia Ferrari collaboration, the first bike SF01 was revealed to be essentially a premium special edition of Bianchi’s Specialissima. While that bike teased the deeper integration of the Bianchi and Ferrari design teams, it was mostly about custom finishing touches. But the Bianchi Scuderia Ferrari partnership goes much […] The post EB17: Triathlon Concept teases actual innovation from Bianchi Scuderia Ferrari appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Ferrari, Bianchi, Scuderia Ferrari, Road Bike, Bianchi Scuderia Ferrari


EB17: Bianchi SF01 enlists Scuderia Ferrari to double their Italian racing heritage

Bianchi brings more than 130 years of bicycle racing together with 70 years of Ferrari motorsports racing for their new luxury Italian cycling project. Dubbed Bianchi for Scuderia Ferrari, the new project is a collaboration of two unique racing design teams with different approaches to going fast & looking good while doing it. The concept […] The post EB17: Bianchi SF01 enlists Scuderia Ferrari to double their Italian racing heritage appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Feature, Sport, Cycling, Bianchi, Scuderia Ferrari, Road Bike, Eurobike, Advocacy & Industry News


Lime Rock Historic Festival Sunday in the Park honors Ferrari’s 70th birthday

1961 250 GT Speciale Berlinetta Aerodynamico Coupe. Photos courtesy Lime Rock Park. To help Ferrari celebrate its 70th birthday as an automaker, the Lime Rock Historic Festival’s Sunday in the Park Concours, taking place on Sunday, September 3, at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Connecticut, will feature a “Tifosi Fantasy” class, emphasizing rare and unusual Ferrari automobiles. Ferraris are, by their nature, rare and exclusive automobiles, but some, like the 1961 250 GT Speciale Berlinetta Aerod...
Tags: New York City, Shows, Ferrari, Queens, Autos, Motorsports, Pininfarina, Enzo Ferrari, John Surtees, Ghia, Marques, Scuderia Ferrari, Lime Rock Park, Park Concours, Exhibitions And Events, Vintage Racing


F1 Ferrari Driver Kimi Raikkonen Sends His Scuderia Teammate Sebastian Vettel A Special Package via UPS

Kimi Raikkonen has made a special gift for his Scuderia Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel on his birthday, but has he left it too late?CREATIVE CREDITS:Ad Agency: N/A ( = || []).push({}); - ADVERTISEMENT - [Author: [email protected] (Sylvia G)]
Tags: Advertising, UPS, Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen, Scuderia Ferrari, Sports Ads, Sylvia G, European Ads


Joint Thai-British investigation breaks alleged auto export scheme that evaded billions in customs duties and taxes

Memorial Day in the United States is the biggest day in motorsports worldwide. The starting lights in Monte Carlo signal the beginning of the glamorous F1 race in Monaco. Next, the green flag drops at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to get the cars rolling in the Indy 500. The day wraps up with the checkered flag in Charlotte, North Carolina, marking the end of NASCAR's longest race of its season. While race fans across the globe will watch at least some of the races, law enforcement officials in Th...
Tags: Taxes, Indianapolis, Thailand, Britain, United States, Ferrari, United Kingdom, Monaco, Sebastian Vettel, Coca Cola, Nascar, Indycar, Kimi Raikkonen, Great Britain, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Monte Carlo


Joint Thai-British investigation breaks alleged auto export scheme that evaded billions in customs duties and taxes

Memorial Day in the United States is the biggest day in motorsports worldwide. The starting lights in Monte Carlo signal the beginning of the glamorous F1 race in Monaco. Next, the green flag drops at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to get the cars rolling in the Indy 500. The day wraps up with the checkered flag in Charlotte, North Carolina, marking the end of NASCAR's longest race of its season. While race fans across the globe will watch at least some of the races, law enforcement officials in Th...
Tags: Marketing, Indianapolis, Thailand, Britain, United States, Ferrari, United Kingdom, Monaco, Sebastian Vettel, Coca Cola, Nascar, Indycar, Kimi Raikkonen, Great Britain, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Monte Carlo


The Enzo Ferrari Years With Alfa Romeo

( = || []).push({}); The Triple Crown of Motorsport is quickly approaching, leaving automobile enthusiasts eager to see who will come out on top during what is considered a series of the most important auto races in the world. From May 25th to May 28th, all eyes will be on the prestigious Formula 1 Grand Prix on the Circuit de Monaco, a race that has long attracted spectators for the event’s racing difficulty and glamorous location. Action will then move ...
Tags: Feature, Indianapolis, United States, Ferrari, Autos, Fiat, Jeremy Clarkson, Nazi, Motorsport, Enzo Ferrari, ALFA, Enzo, Alfa Romeo, May, Bologna Italy, Giulia


Upcoming Simeone Demo Day relives the 1954 24 Hours of Le Mans

Ferrari 375 MM, Jaguar D-type, Cunningham C4-R. Photos by Andrew Taylor, courtesy Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum. It was to be a battle for the ages, according to period publications, pitting power (in the form of the Ferrari 375 Plus) against aerodynamics (as embraced by the wind tunnel-tested Jaguar D-type). Weather played a role in the 1954 24 Hours of Le Mans as well, and the race’s conclusion was the closest finish recorded since 1933. It’s impossible to revisit the Circuit de la Sa...
Tags: England, Shows, Ferrari, Autos, Chrysler, Jaguar, Le Mans, Motorsports, Hamilton, Andrew Taylor, Pininfarina, Enzo Ferrari, Simeone, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Cunningham, Gonzalez


FERRARI Scuderia Ferrari Forte

  FERRARI, in collaboration with PerfumeHolding, launches SCUDERIA FERRARI FORTE, the new fragrance of the line Scuderia Ferrari which is "dedicated to the winner, the man who enjoys competition, power and exclusivity. The man who demands high performances and results. He completely reflects the charisma of Ferrari brand and its founder," according to the brand.   "Think like a winner... Read full article: FERRARI Scuderia Ferrari Forte from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine...
Tags: Fashion, Ferrari, Scuderia Ferrari, Fragrantica Perfumes, FERRARI Scuderia Ferrari Forte


Memory Lane: Remembering Gilles Villeneuve

( = || []).push({}); Over 28 years ago, on a rainy and cold October day, I was in attendance when Gilles Villeneuve won his first F1 race. To the delight of the cheering crowd, he did it on his home course in Montreal, which would later be renamed in his honor. Thousands upon thousands of spectators were jumping with joy when the checkered flag came down and the red Ferrari 312T3 number 12 was the first to cross the finish line. The miserable weather did...
Tags: Europe, Feature, Ferrari, Ford, Switzerland, Autos, Michelin, Mclaren, Montreal, Renault, Memory Lane, Bombardier, Enzo Ferrari, Gilles, Villeneuve, Paul Newman


Ferrari marks its first seven decades throughout 2017

Old and new: A 125 S replica and a 2017 La Ferrari Aperta outside the factory. Images courtesy Ferrari. Enzo Ferrari never envisioned himself an industrialist. He was, first and foremost, a driver, with a natural mechanical aptitude and an understanding of what it took to make automobiles go faster. Though Scuderia Ferrari, the racing arm of the brand, was founded in 1929 (to field Grand Prix cars for then-dominant Alfa Romeo), Ferrari did not produce its first branded automobile until 1947, m...
Tags: Indianapolis, Rome, Shows, Cologne, Anniversaries, Ferrari, Maranello, Ford, Fca, Autos, Fiat, Michigan, Formula 1, Motorsports, Fiat Chrysler, Modena


Ferrari Marks its 70th Anniversary with 125S/LaFerrari Tribute

2017 marks the 70th anniversary of the most charismatic, the most important, the coolest car maker of them all: Ferrari. So as you would expect, they are going to do a whole bunch of stuff celebrating the event. In fact it’s already begun with this special livery package, and continues with the awesome video you are about to see.  In this video Ferrari travels in time and takes us back to 1947 when Enzo Ferrari first drove the 125 S through the gates of the factory in Maranello. Fast forward...
Tags: Videos, New York, Frankfurt, Ferrari, Paris, Autos, Fiat, Geneva, Monaco, Kimi Raikkonen, Enzo Ferrari, Daytona, Niki Lauda, John Surtees, Scuderia Ferrari, Gilles Villeneuve


Ferrari Movie Eyes Hugh Jackman and Noomi Rapace

Hugh Jackman and Noomi Rapace are in talks to lead Michael Mann’s Enzo Ferrari movie Michael Mann’s Enzo Ferrari movie is back on track today as Deadline reports that Hugh Jackman and Noomi Rapace are in talks for leading roles. Jackman would play Ferrari himself, with Rapace playing the automotive figure’s estranged wife Linda. The news comes more than a year after the formerly-attached Christian Bale exited the project. RELATED: CS Video – Hugh Jackman, James Mangold and the Logan Cast Enzo...
Tags: Movies, Ferrari, Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Mann, Modena, Enzo Ferrari, Linda, Alfa Romeo, Scuderia, Jackman, Scuderia Ferrari, ComingSoon, Movie News, Noomi Rapace, Rapace


Ferrari SF70H 2017 F1 car revealed, features Alfa Romeo logo

Ferrari’s race car for the 2017 Formula One World Championship has been revealed as the SF70H. The name references both the Scuderia Ferrari motorsport department as well as the automaker’s 70th anniversary this year. More interestingly, however, is the appearance of the Alfa Romeo name and Quadrifoglio logo on the engine cover. The... [Author: [email protected] (Viknesh Vijayenthiran)]
Tags: Automotive, Formula One, Viknesh Vijayenthiran, Alfa Romeo, Scuderia Ferrari