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The Incredible Workshops of Maranello’s Master Craftsmen

The Incredible Workshops of Maranello’s Master Craftsmen

By Petrolicious Productions / 27 Aug 2015 / 3 Comments Read More

Every day, a tiny city in the north of Italy is shaken by the noise of freshly-tested vehicles straight from the factory: Ferrari’s. The majority of the people from Maranello live with the spirit of the most famous car manufacturer in the world. But outside the city, in smaller garages, a different, forgotten sort of magic happens.

A Place For Classics Among The Land of Supercars

A Place For Classics Among The Land of Supercars

By Siddharth Pandey / 13 Aug 2015
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Why bother with classics when most want the latest supercar? Being born and raised in Dubai, UAE, I was fortunate in the sense that I got plenty of metal to feast my eyes on, on a regular basis. The latest Ferrari or Lamborghini would pass us on the highway and I would ‘break my neck’ in order to get a good glimpse of something that dreams were made of. But there’s one place in Dubai that holds classics in high regard…and I paid a visit.

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The Story of Ferrari’s Last Successful Sports Prototype

The Story of Ferrari’s Last Successful Sports Prototype

By Benjamin Shahrabani / 13 Aug 2015
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Until the Ferrari 333 SP’s introduction in 1994, the company had long been absent from sports car racing. Previously, the last time the fabled company had been involved in such an undertaking had been with the 312P, almost 20 years prior. The initiative for this new sports car prototype, however, would come from outside the company. This is the story of Ferrari’s last successful sports prototype.

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Have a Spare $11 Million? This Legendary Ferrari Racer Could Be Yours

Have a Spare $11 Million? This Legendary Ferrari Racer Could Be Yours

By Ryan Connolly / 11 Aug 2015 / 16 Comments Read More

While the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is the flagship auto show at Monterey, the highly exclusive auctions are where the real gems cross the stage. On the block there will be plenty of gorgeous metal to whet any enthusiast's appetite, from Miuras to 300 SL Gullwings, to McLaren F1s, but this year, there is one crown jewel up for grabs that will shine brighter than most: the 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Competizione 'Tour de France' by Scaglietti..

Best of both worlds: A Ferrari V8-powered Dino

Best of both worlds: A Ferrari V8-powered Dino

By Jayson Fong / 10 Aug 2015 / 21 Comments Read More

The Dino name has always had an interesting place among Ferrari purists, but as the car has aged, it is evident that any stigma it once wore has worn away.

Today, market values for the Dino are often dictated by how well they have been restored and how true to the original they are. This point is clearly something that does not faze Kevin O’Rourke, owner of Surrey-based Ferrari restoration experts Mototechnique, and owner of the one of a kind Dino 246 GTS that sat quietly in front of me.

Our 5 Favorite Classic Race Car Nicknames

Our 5 Favorite Classic Race Car Nicknames

By Petrolicious Productions / 5 Aug 2015
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A nickname is sometimes flattering, sometimes insulting, but always fascinating. Our next video features a car with a pretty epic nickname, and it got us thinking: which classic car wears our favorite informal moniker? From clumsy animals to tube-shaped vegetables, it’s interesting to remember how certain cars earned their names.

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Dueling In The Rain With A Ferrari 208 GTB Turbo

Dueling In The Rain With A Ferrari 208 GTB Turbo

By Petrolicious Productions / 27 Jul 2015 / 5 Comments Read More

There’s only one thing to can pull me out of my bed on a wet Sunday morning like this: Ferrari. I’m going to drive a 1982 208 GTB, first year of production with a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine and 220 horsepower. It’s the first road-going turbo from Maranello, the smallest V8 ever built, and the perfect car for who want to start driving in red…for many reasons.

Building Your Dream Is A Beautiful Thing

Building Your Dream Is A Beautiful Thing

By Petrolicious Productions / 14 Jul 2015 / 62 Comments Read More

“I wanted to experience what they experienced, and I didn’t know any other way to do it except by trying to build a car like they had,” says Peter Giacobbi, builder and owner of this incredible 1959 Ferrari 250 TR recreation.

Revisiting the Ferrari P4/5, The Ultimate Modern Dream Car

Revisiting the Ferrari P4/5, The Ultimate Modern Dream Car

By Jacopo Villa / 24 Jun 2015 / 3 Comments Read More

The Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina is the ultimate modern dream car. It is something born out of pure technical ingenuity, creativity, and of course, passion. It is more than just a re-bodied Ferrari Enzo; it’s a completely new car with unique performance and design. Almost 10 years after its unveiling at the 2006 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, it still looks like it came, yesterday, from outer space.

Chris Amon: Very Fast and Very Unlucky

Chris Amon: Very Fast and Very Unlucky

By Benjamin Shahrabani / 18 Jun 2015
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Sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll are just a few of the things that indelibly define the ’60s. But while that decade was experiencing profound social and political change, it was also a very memorable time for motorsports as another leap forward was made in car design—and speed.

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Hunt for a Ferrari 250 “Testa Rossa” in the Novel Found

Hunt for a Ferrari 250 “Testa Rossa” in the Novel Found

By Petrolicious Productions / 28 May 2015
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In the world of classic cars, Ferrari sits at the top. From there—depending on who you ask, of course, the waters get murky. If you’re interested in cars that have changed the world, however, Ferrari may not be the top marque. For Greg Long, the search and capture of interesting cars sort of runs in the family, and there were so many stories to tell that only a novel would do. Here are three engaging excerpts from “Found”.

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Ferrari’s First-ever Race Car Comes out to Play

Ferrari’s First-ever Race Car Comes out to Play

By Petrolicious Productions / 26 May 2015
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Say “Ferrari” to most people and their eyes will sparkle with an image of a red sports car roaring through the scenery. Now, ask the same person where the first Ferrari debuted and the answer will likely be one of the big names—Monza, Spa-Francorchamps, the Nürburgring—and he’d be wrong. Ever hear of a little place named Piacenza?

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