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John Surtees, 1934–2017

John Surtees, the only man to win world championships on two wheels and four, has passed away aged 83, his family has confirmed.

Truly one of a kind.

Vale John Surtees.



The GT3 Class of 2016 preview next years crop of new and revised GT3 sportscars.

Looks like 2016 is going to be another banner year for the ever expanding category.


evo Does Frankfurt 2015

evo magazine’s Henry Catchpole takes us on a guided tour through the vast halls of the 2015 International Automobile Exhibition aka Frankfurt Motor Show.


evo Does the Ferrari 488 GTB

evo’s Jethro Bovingdon reacquaints himself with Ferrari’s benchmark 458 Speciale and F40 before heading to Italy to take a first taste of the new twin-turbo 488 GTB.


Autocar Does the Ferrari 488 GTB

Another take on the Ferrari 488 GTB, this time with Autocar’s Matt Prior.

Similar drill: give it a good belting around Fiorano, then punch it sideways out of every decent hairpin bend in the hills above Modena.


Chris Harris Does the Ferrari 488 GTB

Spend 18 minutes with Chris Harris as he wrings the neck of Ferrari’s new twin-turbo 670 hp 488 GTB on track at Fiorano and then on the road up in the hills around Modena.


SRO Race Centre by MMC at Paul Ricard

dailysportscar visit Stephane Ratel’s ‘SRO Race Centre by MMC’ at the iconic Paul Ricard circuit in the South of France, home to an eclectic collection of old GT and sportscars.


New Zealand Made 250 GTO

Four years to hand-build from scratch what looks and sounds to be a very accurate replica to the classic 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO.

In a shed in Oamaru, New Zealand by three Kiwi blokes, no less.


In the Classifieds: 2000 Ferrari Enzo Prototype

It’s not often that an automotive manufacturer lets one of their prototype hacks out onto the open market. Which makes this Ferrari mule, used to develop both the Enzo and 599, a very rare beast indeed.

Located in Langenfeld, Germany. Offered by Modena Motorsport GmbH.

via PistonHeads


Red Lightning at The Green Hell

Fernando Alosno interviewed while hustling a ‘Rosso Fiorano’ F12berlinetta around the Nürburgring Nordschleife.


Inside Nick Mason's car collection

Pistonheads visit Ten Tenths Racing, custodians of Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason’s collection of historic racing Ferraris.


Ferrari GTO sale expected to smash auction records

A car with quite a history:

“A 1962 Ferrari 250GTO Berlinetta has been slated to set a new world record for the most expensive car ever to be sold at auction when it goes under the hammer at Quail Lodge, California on 15 August.”

“The car was initially delivered to French ski champion Henri Oreiller on 11 September 1962 and was driven with Formula 1 ace Jo Schlesser in that year’s Tour de France, in which the pair placed second. Shortly thereafter, the GTO was involved in a crash at Montlhery in which Oreiller struck a building and was killed. The car was repaired by Ferrari and sold to gentleman driver Paolo Colombo.”

UPDATE: Sold for US$38,115,000 (source)


McLaren F1 vs analogue rivals

evo magazine pits the iconic McLaren F1 against its contemporary and more modern ‘analogue’ supercar rivals.


The cars of Giovanni Agnelli

The eclectic cars of the former Fiat chairman, full of one of crazy one-off specials.


Autocar does LaFerrari

Steve Sutcliffe takes Ferrari’s new hypercar for a blat around Fiorano.


evo does LaFerrari

Richard Meaden tests the LaFerrari in the hills above Maranello before getting serious around the Fiorano test track.

(Read evo’s review here.)


Kimi Räikkönen does LaFerrari

‘07 Formula 1 champ Kimi Räikkönen takes his new company hack for a quiet spin around Fiorano.


Monaco does LaFerrari

The population of Monaco falling over themselves to take photos/videos of a LaFerrari. LOL


1988 Ferrari Factory Visit Proves Kids Can Own Dreams

Over on Petrolicious, Markus Haub recounts his childhood visit to the Ferrari factory:

In the fall, shortly after Enzo’s passing, of 1988 I was on a vacation with my parents in Austria, and one rainy day I convinced them to drive to Italy. Not just any part of Italy… Maranello! It was my wish to see where all the cars from my dreams were created.


Ferrari F40 v Ferrari F50. Like You've Never Seen Them Before

Chris Harris thrashes two of Ferrari’s best analog supercars around the beautiful Anglesey Circuit in Wales.

Why? Because:

Who wants to watch a small brown man driving a supercar slowly?


LaFerrari design secrets uncovered

Autocar’s Steve Sutcliffe speaks to Ferrari design boss, Flavio Manzone at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello to uncover the design secrets of the new LaFerrari hypercar.

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In the Classifieds: 1987 Ferrari F40

Although not entirely rare, it is rare to see one up for private sale in Oz.

Yours for a cool AU$1,100,000.