Posts tagged with Ferrari
The third largest city in the United States boasts a rich cultural heritage and well-earned reputation for knowing how to have a good time. A beguiling blend of waterfront chic and upscale renovated urban style, you could quite easily lose yourself in its lively maze of eateries, bars, clubs and shops. Thankfully, help is at hand…
Full-size, smiling and usually standing alongside something that shows off their work, the technicians and test-drivers behind the development of the LaFerrari supercar welcome visitors to the exhibition at the Ferrari Museum that stars the most extraordinary Ferraris ever built, from the 250 GTO to the F40, the F50, the Enzo and the related competition models
Luca Colajanni’s absence will be sorely felt in the paddocks
People relate to each other in many different ways. And it’s often difficult to guess what any other individual, no matter how affable or polite they may be, is really feeling. That’s why it was so especially touching and uplifting to hear Luca di Montezemolo’s Christmas speech to the Prancing Horse employees during which he spoke about the emotion he feels every time he walks into Ferrari.
What point on the performance curve are the 2013 single-seaters? We’ll soon see if history has a lesson for us all
Maybe it’s because my job means I spend my life at full throttle but I just can’t understand why so many people have such short memories