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  • Ferrari Remaking "C'était un Rendez-Vous" with SF90 Stradale
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    Ferrari Remaking “C’était un Rendez-Vous” with SF90 Stradale

    You probably already know the film C’était un Rendez-Vous (“It Was a Date”), which has been passed around online forever—and via videotapes for years before that. There’s zero dialogue, the car is never shown, and the plot is nonexistent. But it’s a legend, shot illicitly in 1976 by Claude Lelouch on the open but uncrowded streets […] More

  • Could This Immaculate Ferrari Enzo Fetch Nearly $3 Million?
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    Could This Immaculate Ferrari Enzo Fetch Nearly $3 Million?

    A glorious 2003 Ferrari Enzo is currently up for auction and is expected to sell for anywhere between $2.6 million and $2.9 million. The Enzo is rightfully one of the Italian car manufacturer’s most iconic and desirable models and just 400 units were ever manufactured. This car was delivered by Ferrari of San Francisco to […] More

  • Watch Charles Leclerc Speed Through Monaco's Streets In A Ferrari SF90 Stradale
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    Watch Charles Leclerc Speed Through Monaco’s Streets In A Ferrari SF90 Stradale

    Ferrari made the most of the empty streets in Monaco over the weekend to film a modern-day version of Claude Lelouch’s ‘C’était un rendez-vous’ with F1 driver Charles Leclerc. While the full film won’t be released until next month, the Italian marque has shared some footage from its recent day of filming. In these clips, […] More

  • F1 Teams Approve Slashed Budgets And Radical Aero Rules
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    F1 Teams Approve Slashed Budgets And Radical Aero Rules

    Photo: Williams Formula One has long been a battle of who can spend the most, with a major German manufacturer and an Austrian fizzy drinks companies dominating the last decade with dollars. Teams have recognized that some parity is needed to make the racing more interesting, retain fans attentions, and hopefully make the entire grid […] More

  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale to Star in Tribute to "C'était un Rendez-Vous"
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    Ferrari SF90 Stradale to Star in Tribute to “C’était un Rendez-Vous”

    You probably already know the film C’était un Rendez-Vous (“It Was a Date”), which has been passed around online forever—and via videotapes for years before that. There’s zero dialogue, the car is never shown, and the plot is nonexistent. But it’s a legend, shot illicitly in 1976 by Claude Lelouch on the open but uncrowded streets […] More

  • A Normal Guy, A Day With the 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo. What Could Go Wrong?
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    A Normal Guy, A Day With the 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo. What Could Go Wrong?

    When my bedroom was still located above my parents’ garage, I used to read car magazines and dream of being one of those guys—superheroes with a job that involved people tossing them dream-car keys to use as their own. Now I was one of those guys, and someone really was going to toss me the […] More

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic Turns Heads With His Ferrari Monza SP2
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    Zlatan Ibrahimovic Turns Heads With His Ferrari Monza SP2

    Swedish footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic is said to be worth upwards of $200 million and all of that money has allowed him to amass quite an impressive car collection. This is his latest ride: a rare Ferrari Monza SP2. The soccer star was recently spotted cruising the streets of Stockholm in the Italian exotic and looked […] More

  • How One Gearhead Tracked Down Uday Hussein's Elusive Ferrari F40 In Iraq
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    How One Gearhead Tracked Down Uday Hussein’s Elusive Ferrari F40 In Iraq

    Much like his father, the infamous dictator Saddam Hussein, Uday Hussein was not the type of guy you wanted to have anything to do with. Saddam’s eldest son was a ruthless, violent and unstable man accused of perpetrating so many horrible crimes than even his father had enough of him on more than one occasion. […] More

  • Not ready until 2025? LOL, here are 10 EVs that smoke Ferrari now
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    Not ready until 2025? LOL, here are 10 EVs that smoke Ferrari now

    Enrico Galliera, Ferrari’s chief commercial officer, this week said that EV battery technology is “not developed enough” for a supercar. He said it will take at least until 2025 before Ferrari could produce an EV worthy of its brand. Mi scusi, Signore Galliera. Have you not seen these 10 EVs that, today and right now, […] More

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