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16Fernando and Felipe each get a new Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari

Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari presented to Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa – Click above for high-res image gallery

22Video: Fernando Alonso shows us how to get around Fiorano... and the test ban

Fernando Alonso takes the Ferrari F10 around Fiorano – Click above to watch the video after the jump

39Ferrari's 11-year-old wunderkind beats F1 driver in karting competition

Lance Stroll in the Ferrari karting challenge, Montreal – Click above or below for high-res image gallery

18Reports place Red Bull's Vettel, Webber at Ferrari

After winning three out of the seven races so far this season and topping both championship standings, Red Bull's dynamic duo of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber must be looking mighty tempting to any number of rival teams on the grid. But the most alluring, according to recent reports, could be Ferrari.

7All Thumbs: Fernando Alonso's opposables reportedly insured for £9M

It's not terribly uncommon for famous people to insure a body part (or, ya know, a pair of 'em) that's necessary for them to continue moving forward with their career. For instance, we have no qualms whatsoever with Heidi Klum's policy that insures her priceless legs for $2.2 million. On the other hand, we're not so sure Michael Flatley's kickers are worth their reported $39 million policy.

18Video: A lap with Fernando Alonso's F1 Ferrari - as soundtracked by slide guitar

"Playing" a Fernando Alonso lap of Bahrain in a Ferrari F10 – Click above to watch video after the jump

14Alonso's other other ride: Ferrari 458 Italia

Fernando Alonso's Ferrari 458 Italia – Click either image to view in higher resolution

18Fernando Alonso gets himself a Maserati GranCabrio

Fernando Alonso with his new Maserati GranCabrio – Click above for high-res image gallery

27Pics Aplenty: Alonso, Massa dominate Valencia testing in new Ferrari F10

Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso lap Valencia in the 2010 Scuderia Ferrari F10 – Click above for high-res image gallery

24Ferrari's 2010 F1 livery displayed during Alonso's latest test

Ferrari's 2010 Formula One car won't be officially revealed by the team until January 28, but a quick preview of the new car's livery was provided by Fernando Alonso during a test at Circuit Paul Ricard. Spanish bank Santander, which followed Alonso from McLaren to Renault to Ferrari, is making the most of its time with the most famous marque in motorsports.

27VIDEO: Montezemolo beaches Ferrari California at own World Finals in Valencia

Last week, we all watched in collective awe as a $1.8 million Bugatti Veyron drove into a pond. While the driver claimed that he was attacked by a pelican, close examination of the video would appear to reveal... no pelican whatsoever. Instead, there's just a supercar inexplicably jumping into a marsh. Today, we've got another head scratcher for you – Luca Montezemolo beaching a Ferrari California.

31Officially Official: Fernando Alonso signs with Ferrari F1 for three years

digg_url = 'http://digg.com/motorsport/Official_Fernando_Alonso_Signs_With_Ferrari_F1_For_3_Years'; In a deal that seems to have been years in the making, Ferrari has finally made an official announcement: Fernando Alonso will be driving for the Prancing Horse in 2010. Rumors of Alonso going to the team from Maranello started back during the Spaniard's first stint with Renault, but circumstances with driver lineups didn't allow for it. Instead, Alonso went to McLaren for one very unhappy seaso

30REPORT: Ferrari F1 set to announce Alonso acquisition

Apparently, the long-rumored Fernando Alonso to Ferrari announcement is now all but official. According to a report from the BBC, the 28-year-old driver has signed a two-year contract with options to extend that will earn the Spaniard a tidy salary of roughly 19 to 25 million euros ($27 to $36 million) per year.

8Rumormill: Raikkonen could be back at McLaren in 2010

According to British newspaper the Mirror, Kimi Raikkonen could be driving for McLaren next year. The Iceman drove for Ron Dennis' outfit from 2002 to 2006 and scored plenty of victories but couldn't get the World Championship. Then he left for Ferrari in 2007 where he promptly won the World Championship the first year.

30BREAKING: Renault F1 placed on suspended two-year, Briatore banned indefinitely?

The World Motor Sports Council took only 90 minutes to reach a verdict in the case of Crashgate – wherein former driver Nelson Piquet, Jr. intentionally chucked his car into the wall at last year's Singapore GP to hand the win to Renault teammate Fernando Alonso. Realizing that Renault was contrite and that the company's disappearance from F1 would be bad for a lot of people, the WSMC handed the company a two-year suspended sentence. If Renault – and its people – keep clean unt

19BREAKING: Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds leave Renault F1

Flavio Briatore might have wished that he had been a little kinder to client and former Renault F1 driver Nelson Piquet. After Piquet was sacked for non-performance following the Hungarian Grand Prix this year, he sought revenge by saying that Briatore and team engineering director Pat Symonds instructed him to crash during last year's Singapore GP. The crash, done correctly, would cause the safety car to come out, and that would give teammate Fernando Alonso the best chance of winning the race.

10Ferrari weighs its options with Massa reportedly not expected back this season

When Felipe Massa was taken out of commission at the Hungarian Grand Prix last month, the questions on everyone's mind was who would replace him and when he'd be back. With regards to the former, Ferrari is one of the few teams on the grid that doesn't have a junior driver development program in place. The team doesn't usually have a problem getting the best drivers, but when disaster (literally) struck, the Scuderia was left without options.

7REPORT: Alonso to move to Ferrari for 2010

While not exactly confirmed, it seems that past rumors of a switch for Formula One driver Fernando Alonso from his current partnership with Renault to Ferrari still have legs. In an offhand remark made during an interview with BBC Sport, McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh indicated he expects the Fernando to Ferrari deal to take place at the end of the current season. Such a move could potentially trigger a number of driver changes for 2010.

13Rumormill: Raikkonen to leave Ferrari for new Fiat rally team, VW to follow?

Raikkonen drives Rally Finland in a Fiat Punto Abarth

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