has yet another first drive review, as well as a drool inducing slide show and a short video of one of those cars that most of us will only get to touch at an auto show, Ferrari's upcoming 360 Modena replacement, the F430. Basically designed to be a street-legal race car, the F430 improves on its predecessor in every way, as it borrows bits and pieces of the Enzo along the way to make what Forbes calls, "a package that can't be beat." Considering that the F430 uses concepts and gadgets from it's Formula One brethren (including the dials on the steering wheel), who have won six consecutive F1 Constructors Championships, add seven-time F1 World Champion, Michael Schumacher spending considerable time testing and helping with development, and it's hard to argue with them. When you're done, don't forget to mop up the drool on your desk.
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