The new Ferrari FXX-K Evo is the third car to be confirmed for the main feature at the Autosport International Show which takes place at the NEC Birmingham, from 11-14 January 2018.
The 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 fitted to the Ferrari 488 GTB, 488 Spider and – with a slightly smaller displacement – the California T and GTC4Lusso T, has won the outright International Engine of the Year Award.
12 Official Ferrari Dealers in the UK have announced their plans to celebrate Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary this year.
On March 12 1947, Enzo Ferrari fired up his 125 S, the first car to bear his name. Now, exactly 70 years later, Ferrari has launched its official celebrations for the milestone anniversary.
The Geneva Motor Show has seen the covers come off the most powerful production Ferrari ever – the 812 Superfast.
Ferrari will debut a new 12-cylinder berlinetta - the 812 Superfast - at the Geneva Motor Show.
A fully refurbished 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GT and an extremely low mileage 1998 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta go under the hammer later this month.
A Ferrari 308 driven by actor Tom Selleck, star of the classic detective show Magnum P.I. – has gone under the hammer.
A new, strictly limited Ferrari J50 has been unveiled at the National Art Centre in Tokyo - to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Ferrari in Japan.
A specially-commissioned 500th LaFerrari has been sold at auction for $7 Million (approx. £5.5 Million) - raising funds for the reconstruction of Central Italy in the aftermath of the devastating 2016 earthquakes.
Hublot has revised its Ferrari collaboration 'Big Bang Unico' watch - just in time for Christmas.
Readers of German automotive magazine, Sport Auto have rated the Ferrari 488 – in both coupé and convertible forms – as top of its class.
The Paris Mondial de l'Automobile will see the covers come off the new Ferrari GTC4Lusso T.
Ferrari has confirmed the production of one extra LaFerrari model to help raise funds for the victims of the Italian earthquake in Amatrice.
Ferrari launched its GTC4Lusso at a Black Tie event for over 300 VIPs and Clients at the Old Billingsgate Market in central London.
A Ferrari 550 Maranello owned footballing legend Sir Geoff Hurst MBE is to go under the hammer.
Ferrari has shown the first photos of the a new LaFerrari convertible.
The first Cars & Coffee event at Blenheim Palace on Sunday, June 12th, will not only offer visitors a mouth-watering selection of supercars, but will also celebrate The Queen’s 90th birthday Patron’s Lunch.
With the new F1 season just around the corner, Ferrari has been testing a new lifesaving ‘Halo’ device.
Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel drove modified versions of their SF16-H F1 car around the Catalunya Circuit in Barcelona, fitted with the tubular carbon structure mounted over the cockpit. The design aims to protect the driver from flying debris while retaining F1’s open car feel. It follows recent motorsport tragedies including British driver Justin Wilson, F1 driver Jules Bianchi and former world champion John Surtees son Henry, in 2009, all of whom died as a result of race related head injuries. A prototype version has been trailed at this week's final pre-season test with a view to it being rolled out on all cars in time for the 2017 season.
On track for his final test-run prior to the opening round in Melbourne, Raikkonen completed 41 laps in Barcelona. On his installation lap, the Finn debuted the prototype. He said: “This morning I tried the Halo protection device and the difference to the usual driving was surprisingly small. The visibility is just a little bit limited at the front but I don’t think this is the final version of the device, so it can be improved further.”
Sebastian Vettel also tried out the safety device, put forward by the FIA as a means of providing additional head protection for drivers. He added: “I think “Halo” is ok, even if I believe that this system can be improved in terms of both aesthetic and visibility and I think we will see an evolution of it very soon. In principle, I think it doesn’t look very nice but if it can help saving lives, and if thanks to it at least the two drivers who died recently could still be here with us, then I think it can be the ugliest system, but nothing could justify not having it fitted.”
Other drivers were not so impressed with the device, as triple world champion Lewis Hamilton told the BBC the change was ”too drastic" and the "worst-looking" modification in Formula 1 history. He added "I understand safety is a huge issue and something we have to work towards, but this is not the one". Hamilton said F1 cars had lost “the cool look they used to have in the 1980s and 1990s" adding "It is not F1 for me. If they do implement it, I hope we have a choice of whether we have to use it and are not forced to, because ultimately it is our safety."
The Formula 1 season returns March 20 in Australia.
Ferrari launched its new 488 Spider at a star-studded even in London last night.
VIP's including Jamie Campbell Bower, Lucy Watson, Becky Tong and Oliver Proudlock witnessed the unveiling of the 488 Spider during an exclusive event on London's Regent Street. The car was unveiled by Marc Gene, Scuderia Ferrari F1 test driver and the event was hosted by BBC F1’s Correspondent Tom Clarkson.
The 488 Spider is the latest chapter in open-top Ferrari V8 sports cars. Starting with the RHT (Retractable Hard Top), around which the entire car was developed, every area of the 488 Spider has been designed to set ‘new technological benchmarks for the sector’. The result, says Ferrari, is the most powerful and innovative Spider ever built.
In attendance at the launch were guests from the fashion, arts and creative communities as well as those with a passion for the Italian brand and Ferrari clients. Upon entering the venue, guests were able to get up close and personal with the 488 Spider, positioned centre stage on the ground floor.
As they made their way up the glass staircase at the Watches of Switzerland venue, guests were able to experience the Ferrari ‘Tailor-Made’ service as well as look down on the convertible fezza from up high.
Prices for the Ferrari 488 Spider have yet to be announced.