Ferrari 499P Modificata: a Le Mans Winner You Can Buy

The 499P Modificata is not your typical road-legal sports car, nor is it a vehicle designed for privateer racing teams.

By Justin Cornelison | October 30, 2023
The Ferrari KC23 Gives Us a Glimpse into the Future

Ferrari has once again set hearts racing with the unveiling of a one-of-a-kind track car known as the Ferrari KC23.

By Justin Cornelison | September 13, 2023
Spotlight: 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO

This particular 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, steeped in a history that reads like a roll call of achievements, is offered by RM Sotheby’s.

By Justin Cornelison | August 24, 2023
Spotlight: Rare Ferrari 250 LM Up For Auction

This Ferrari 250 LM has undergone a comprehensive restoration to its original specifications by Ferrari Classiche, completed in 2021.

By Justin Cornelison | July 26, 2023
2023 24 Hours of Le Mans Sees Ferrari Triumph and Impressive NASCAR

The 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans will be remembered as the year both Ferrari and NASCAR return to endurance racing.

By Justin Cornelison | June 12, 2023
Ferrari Purosangue: SUV or Not, We Love It

We’d hesitate to describe it as an ‘SUV’: It’s a Ferrari… just with four doors. But we’re obsessed!

By Pete Trewin | March 09, 2023
Spotlight: The ONLY Matte Black Ferrari Enzo

A one-off 2004 Ferrari Enzo is up for grabs next week – the first Ferrari painted in matte black (Nero Opaco), and the ONLY Enzo finished in this color.  A true unicorn by anyone’s standards.

By Justin Cornelison | December 02, 2022
Schumacher’s Ferrari F2003-GA Nabs $14.9 Million

The Ferrari F2003-GA which Michael Schumacher won his 6th Formula One World Championship in sold at auction for a price of $14.9 million, making it the most expensive F1 car sold to date.

By Justin Cornelison | November 10, 2022
The Spectacular RML Short Wheelbase

Powered by a glorious front-mounted 485bhp Ferrari V12 and mated to a six-speed manual, open-gated transmission, it promises to immerse you in a truly magnificent analogue driving experience.

By Justin Cornelison | November 04, 2022
Ferrari Unveils 499P WEC Hypercar

Ferrari has officially launched their return to Le Mans, and the rest of the FIA World Endurance Championship with their 499P Hypercar.

By Justin Cornelison | October 31, 2022
Must See: Glorious Ferrari 330 GTC Restoration

After a vigorous 3 year-long restoration, the car was entered into the 2022 Salon Privé Concours d’Elégance and came away with top honors in the 75 years of Ferrari celebration class

By Justin Cornelison | October 28, 2022
Uber Rare Ferrari 288 GTO Evoluzione Offered by RM Sotheby’s

Undoubtedly the most radical Ferrari of the 1980s, the opportunity to acquire this sensational car is a must for any supercar or race car focused Ferrari collection.

By Justin Cornelison | September 23, 2022
Richard Mille’s $1.88 million Ferrari Watch

When Richard Mille unveiled its first piece with Ferrari at the automotive marque’s HQ in Maranello, Italy, on July 5, the audience was taken by…

By Justin Cornelison | September 16, 2022
Ferrari’s Long Awaited SUV – The Purosangue

Naturally aspirated V12, 715hp, four seats – an SUV is not what you would think of when hearing these things.  Ferrari has revealed the Purosangue; it’s first SUV, and we love it. 

By Justin Cornelison | September 16, 2022
Maranello’s Latest Elegant Coupe: The Ferrari Roma

Ferrari recently debuted the new Roma, which represents the legendary brand’s next front-mid-engine tourer, following in the proud steps of the F12, 550 Maranello, and FF, as well as the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso and 250 GT 2+2, from which the car takes it’s a lot of design inspiration.

By Peter Nelson | November 15, 2019
Ferrari Classiche Academy – Classic Car Driving Experiences At Fiorano

Maranello, 18 October 2019 – Ferrari Classiche Academy is underway. This series of driving courses focuses on various classic cars that helped to create the legend of the Prancing Horse and write the history of their era.

By Guest Contributor | October 20, 2019
The Guide to Road Racing: HPDE And Track Days

In this installment of The Guide we’ll take a look at HPDE and track days, which are perhaps the easiest and possibly most common – along with Autocross — entry point to road racing. As a refresher, we took a couple of cars to a weekend track day held by Edge Addicts at Circuit of the Americas.

By Tom Martin | August 22, 2019
Revealed: Ferrari 488 Challenge

Ferrari recently revealed the 488 Challenge race car. The 488 Challenge replaces the 458 Challenge Evo as the core platform for the various Ferrari Challenge spec series that are run around the world.

By Winding Road Staff | December 07, 2016
WR TV: 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale POV Track Test at Mid Ohio

Ride along onboard with us as John Kim takes a 2015 458 Speciale A for a few spirited laps around Mid Ohio Sports Car Course. This upgraded version of the 458 Italia features the most powerful naturally aspirated V-8 in the Ferrari range, with the highest specific output of any naturally aspirated road-going engine ever. The 4.5-liter powerplant produces 596 horsepower and 398 pound-feet of torque. Power is put to the wheels via a seven-speed F1 dual-clutch transmission. The car accelerates from 0-62 miles per hour in just 3.0 seconds, and from 0-124 mph in 9.1 seconds. Its maximum speed breaks the 200-mph barrier at over 202 mph. It boasts a lap time at the Fiorano Circuit of 1:23.5.

By Winding Road Staff | October 06, 2015
Preview: Ferrari Sergio

A mere three months after its production announcement, the first Ferrari Sergio has been delivered to a customer in the United Arab Emirates, one of just six Ferrari Sergio examples scheduled to be built. Much like the F60 America’s relation to the F12 Berlinetta, the Sergio is a wildly modified version of the 458 Spider. Made in honor of Sergio Pininfarina, the founder of the eponymous design studio that dished out numerous iconic car designs over the decades, including many models that wore the Ferrari badge.

By Winding Road Staff | December 09, 2014
Massive Barn Find in France Unearths Long-Lost Ferrari 250 GT SWB, Much More

In 1950s, Roger Baillon, an entrepreneur and automotive enthusiast who ran a transport company based in the west of France, amassed a collection of incredible automobiles with a dream to conserve the heritage of pre-war automobiles in museum surroundings. During the 1970s, before he could complete the restoration work he’d planned, his business suffered some setbacks that forced him to sell off fifty cars from his collection, leaving some sixty undiscovered gems sitting in makeshift corrugated iron shelters for the last four decades, until the collection was recently discovered by the The Collectors’ Car Department at Artcurial Auctions, who will be selling off the lot – which includes a Ferrari 250 GT SWB considered to be worth approximately $15,000,000 as it sits – on February 6th, 2015 at the Retromobile Salon in Paris.

By Bradley Iger | December 08, 2014


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