Ferrari's new CEO, Sergio Marchionne, confirmed his company will build a Spider version of its range-topping LaFerrari hypercar.
The Russian Formula 1 Grand Prix played its usual trick of an exciting first few corners followed by a procession.
Amedeo Felisa has stepped down from his role as Ferrari CEO, his duties passing to an overworked Sergio Marchionne immediately.
Bernie Ecclestone thinks that F1 should do "nothing" with regard to cockpit protection.
The question is where?
Ferrari is now reportedly planning another theme park - and this one will be somewhere in North America.
One of the rarest, and prettiest, drop-top Ferraris ever built.
Steve McQueen had one, before crashing his. A similar NART Spider was auctioned at RM Auctions' Monterey event in 2013, for a staggering $27.5 million.
Ferrari created this one-of-a-kind 488 GTB with retro livery to match the competition-spec 308 that won the Tour de France Automobile in 1981 and '82.
A young couple had an exceedingly unlucky wedding day when they crashed their rented Ferrari into a house in Burnley, Lancashire.
US Customs and Border Protection recovered a stolen 1981 Ferrari 308 GTSi, which went missing nearly 30 years ago, just as the coupe was about to leave the country to go to Poland.
Instead of a race recap we do a fly-by of all the big issues to come out of the Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend. It was a bang-up time on and off the track...
Because not every California T buyer wants a softer Ferrari.
The HS package turns the California T into something that's stiffer and faster and more fun. The trade-off is a slightly firmer ride.
Marchionne would be chairman and CEO.
Insiders suggest Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa could retire this week at the company's investors meeting.
If you have to ask, one's listed at $3m.
Want to get your hands on a LaFerrari? Head over to Dubai, where we've found two examples up for sale. Better bring a lot of Emirati Dirham.
Configure your Ferrari 488 Spider pick out every part of your perfect convertible in time for summer's warmer weather.
Mishandling a six-figure Italian exotic brutally taught me some valuable life lessons. A story of respect, humility, and growth.
Owned by the same collector for the past 47 years, this desirable 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta is coming up for auction at the Le Mans Classic in July, where you can expect it to sell for upwards of $10 million.
This is not the intended use of an exotic car.
A wealthy Chinese businessman leads his employees on a trip down the rugged Sichuan-Tibet Highway in the wrong cars.
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