With constant flashes of batting brilliance during his time at the top, India’s Sachin Tendulkar is globally recognised as cricket’s greatest ever batsman, after a vastly successful career at the highest level of the sport. Continue reading Cricket’s greatest ever batsman Tendulkar living life in the fast lane
A Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta has become the most valuable car in history sold at auction, after it went for $38,115,000 – around £22,843,633. The 250 was one of ten Ferraris from the Maranello Rosso Collection being sold by Bonhams, at the Quail Lodge Auction in Carmel, California Continue reading A rare 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for $34 million
Ferrari California T the new car made in Maranello in Northern Italy has debut at 2014 Beijing Motor Show and immediately monopolized the attention of crowds flocking to the event. Needless to say Ferrari stand has the most crowd at the event, the car instantly attracted a huge crowd of visitors as well as capturing the attention of the media, making it the real star of the Chinese show. In the Ferrari stand visitors are able to see the entire production.
The Ferrari California T has 70 hp increase than the out going model and a turbo V8 engine that guarantees a reduction of 15% in fuel consumption. Continue reading Ferrari California T debuts at 2014 Beijing Motor Show
The F138 name is a combination of the year and a tribute to the V8 engines in use for the final time this season. Continue reading Ferrari F138 Unveiled for f1 2013
The big exhibition dedicated to Sergio Pininfarina and his most exciting Ferraris has been registering visitors’ records since its opening on 26 October. Therefore the Ferrari museum, in accordance with the Pininfarina family, has decided to prolong the exhibition until 24 February.
The visitors will be welcomed by another surprise at the museum: the “Structuration F1 Ferrari”, with a Formula One single-seater as the main protagonist. The sculpture has been recently inaugurated by Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa and can be found right in front of the entrance to the museum in Maranello.