Thirty years have passed since the official presentation of the F40, which took place on 21 July 1987 at the Civic Centre in Maranello, now home to the Ferrari Museum. Created to celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary, it was the last car to carry the founder’s “signature”. It was a definitive car, the ultimate expression of the technology thus f...

Steve McQueen famously said: “Life is racing. Everything else is just waiting.” In June, more than 100 drivers and their crews of the Italian motoring club proved the actor right. The Modena Cento Ore, an annual road rally race through the Northern Italian “Motor Valley” that lies between the Adriatic Sea and the Mediterranean, ended as per traditi...

Sunday’s warm and sunny weather was perfect for showing off an incredible collection of autos and supporting Connecticut Children’s Medical Center at the 17th Annual Concorso Ferrari & Friends in West Hartford Center. Visitors flocked to West Hartford Center on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in order to get an up-close-and-personal look at more than 200 hi...

Luxury Italian sports carmaker Ferrari on Thursday announced a record first quarter as sales of its V12 models boosted profits 60 percent. Ferrari, based in the northern Italian city of Maranello, reported net profits of 124 million euros ($136 million) in the first quarter, up from 78 million euros a year earlier. Ferrari closed up 5.6 percent at...

An unprecedented alliance has created a new sort of school, the Motor Vehicle University of Emilia-Romagna (Muner). On one side, the automotive giants spread along Via Emilia, famous around the world such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati, Maserati, Dallara, Toro Rosso, Haas and Magneti Marelli. On the other, universities of the region—Bologna, Moden...

It was 12 March 1947 when Enzo Ferrari revved up the engine of the 125 S, the first car to bear his name. The history of the modern Ferrari began with that test drive on the roads around Maranello. What was then a small factory born from a dream – to create an exclusive racing car in a country that was rising from the ashes of war – has over the ye...

The Ferrari that will compete in the 2017 Formula One World Championship is called SF 70 H, with the H standing for Hybrid motorization. The name (which marks 70 years of the squad, formed in 1947) and the single-seater car were revealed on February 24 live on the team’s website. The 63rd single-seater with uncovered wheels dedicated to the Formula...

It is exactly the kind of winter Tuesday that absolutely requires a three-liter Ferrari flat-12 screaming at almost 10,000 rpm. In case you have been looking for such footage, you are in luck: here is about a minute's worth of a Ferrari racing engine liberated from its chassis, revving its guts out. There are blue flames and wonderful sounds – it's...

Ferrari will soon unveil the fastest and most powerful production car the Italian luxury performance brand has ever produced. Powered by a 790 horsepower V12 engine, the Ferrari 812 Superfast, true to its name, will be able to go from zero to 60 miles per hour in under three seconds and will have a top speed of 211 miles per hour. This won't be the...

The legendary car maker communicates very clearly that its cars are to be raced. It’s an obvious message, but one often overshadowed by the brand’s prestige. Ferrari’s legacy turns its modern cars into status symbols and its vintage vehicles into museum treasures — but speak to anyone involved with the company and you’ll learn that a Ferrari left s...