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Weekly Recap For 10.9.15

FCA avoids a worker strike, a former Top Gear host teases us with a picture from Amazon's new car show, and Toyota predicts autonomous cars by 2020. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.


Meet the FrankenFerrari, a 1963 250 GTE with a small-block Chevy, a Viper gearbox, a nine-inch Ford rear, Mitsubishi-sourced paint, and Pininfarina styling.


A tweet by Jeremy Clarkson shows the former Top Gear crew filming again for its new Amazon show. No expense is being spared with the Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari, and McLaren P1 heading onto the track with a big crew for support.


We've been hearing rumors of Ferrari's impending initial public offering for months. This time, it might finally happen, and soon.


The 2015 Japanese Grand Prix had more passing in the pits than on track, but Nico Hülkenberg and Max Verstappen did put on two more displays of carving through the field. Meanwhile, the cameras did their best to avoid Mercedes-AMG Petronas.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Singapore F1 Grand Prix, a race where everything happened except lead changes at the very front.


When stopped by police after racing against a Porsche 911 GT3 through Beverly Hills, the driver of a yellow LaFerrari claimed diplomatic immunity and has since fled the country with his supercars.


A pair of supercars caught on camera racing around a quiet Beverly Hills neighborhood last week has residents fearing for their safety.


Ferrari gives the turbocharged 488 Spider its public debut in a beautiful shade of blue at the Frankfurt Motor Show.


Red Bull Ferrari could be a thing next season, as the struggling team prepares for the expected detonation of its partnership with French supplier Renault.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Italian Formula One Grand Prix, which featured all kinds of drama at the start and the finish, not so much in the middle.


Any real work on FCA's attempted merger with GM is likely to come after the Ferrari spinoff early next year.


As smaller manufacturers look for ways to stay viable, wholly unique models are becoming a thing of the past. Will that hurt the image or experience?


Ferrari might move to a single, modular space frame to underpin most of its next-generation models. The brand is also working on something special for its 70th anniversary in 2017.


Sergio Marchionne may be appointed in the other top spot at Ferrari to become the sports car brand's CEO soon. He's already the Italian company's chairman.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Belgian Grand Prix, a race with a new start procedure, a fantastic pass by a rookie, a late-race blowout, and a commanding performance in front.


Christian Bale is reportedly playing Enzo Ferrari in a biopic about the sports car magnate that's being directed by Michael Mann.

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