Ferrari’s relationship with the US has continued to grow ever since the first Maranello model landed stateside 60 years ago. We tell the story of gentlemen racing drivers, spirited team privateers and faithful tifosi, who nourish American appetites for the Prancing Horse to this day
With its refined elegance and Formula One-inspired turbocharged engine, the new California T reinforces the quality of the aspirated Ferrari engines, while delivering the same sound, progressive torque, 560hp and a remarkable reduction in emissions and consumption. The California T is the perfect model for those who like a gutsy Berlinetta, faithful to the Prancing Horse tradition and, at the same time, an exciting Spider to be used for the sheer pleasure of driving
Peter Kalikow’s Superamerica 45 is the latest Ferrari to emerge from the company’s thrilling Special Projects division. In an exclusive interview, the man who commissioned it tells us how it feels to have the freedom to create your own one-off Ferrari.
Almost 60 years after just failing to make its debut at Indy 500, a rare Ferrari called the Monoposto Corsa Indianapolis has been lovingly restored by the Ferrari Classiche division. We Went behind the scenes to learn more about the model and its chequered history
Why is red still Ferrari’s signature colour? Why aren’t English cars green and French cars blue any longer? National colours have fallen out of favour in racing. Only Ferrari has resisted the temptation – and pressure from sponsors – to stray from its signature red