Kimi’s helmet

Posted: 16.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Along with its owner, we went to discover how Kimi’s helmet was born, in the factory that Bell Helmets Racing has built a few meters from the entrance of the Al Sakhir circuit, in Bahrain.

 

 

The Ferrari 488 GTB launches in London

Posted: 24.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

The new V8 unveiled in front of clients and VIP guests

London, 24th April – Ferrari’s latest mid-engine V8 supercar, the 488 GTB, was unveiled this evening at an exclusive star-studded event with nearly one thousand guests in attendance during the launch. High profile guests included Donna Air, Mary Charteris and Jade Parfitt, as well as stars of Made in Chelsea, singer-songwriter John Newman and many others. VIPs joined selected press and Ferrari’s exclusive client list amid a red themed soiree at the Old Sorting Office, Holborn. But the real star of the event was the Ferrari 488 GTB with a spectacular Show.

 

 

North American Ferrari Challenge – Perez, Conde and Courtney Sweep With Victories

Posted: 26.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Sonoma, 26 April – Boisterous excitement and racing activities filled today’s agenda for the final day of the Ferrari Challenge at Sonoma Raceway. The 2.22-mile circuit in Northern California called upon the local Ferraristi this weekend for the Ferrari Challenge’s 10th consecutive return, as well as the vast car corral which featured some of Ferrari’s most renowned classics like the Dino Spider, 250 GTE, 308 GT4 and 250 GTO. Even the Enzo and LaFerrari, Ferrari’s limited supercars, came to the track for lapping sessions.

The real excitement came this afternoon when 31 drivers set themselves on the starting grid for the second round of racing of the weekend. Mexican favorite, Ricardo Perez (Ferrari of Houston), qualified fastest in today’s session, and continued to maintain his ground throughout Race 2. Although the race was held under caution after Turn 1 in the first lap due to an incident, Perez was quick to jump ahead of his contender, Emmanuel Anassis (Ferrari Quebec), at the restart. Perez finished in first place, 2.18 seconds ahead of Anassis, with his fastest lap marked at 1:42:328. Wei Lu (Ferrari of Vancouver) finished in third place after battling Anassis throughout the race.

Carlos Conde (Miller Motor Cars) finished first in his Trofeo Pirelli AM class after a steady pace, holding off Mike Zoi (Ferrari of Ft. Lauderdale) and yesterday’s first place finisher, Anthony Imperato (Ferrari of Long Island). Even Marc Muzzo (Ferrari of Ontario) joined in on the action, keeping his perfect lines and attacks ahead of Steve Johnson (Ferrari of Ft. Lauderdale). Ultimately, Zoi and Imperato found themselves finishing second and third on the podium steps.

The Coppa Shell drivers mirrored yesterday’s incredible competitive performance, with lead driver changes at nearly every lap. Joe Courtney (Miller Motor Cars) and Jean-Claude Saada (Boardwalk Ferrari) battled for a first place finish, while teammates Al Delattre and Rodney Randall of Miller Motor Cars fought for a third place finish. Ultimately, Courtney would finish first in his class, Saada second, and Randall third.

The next round of the North American Ferrari Challenge takes place in Montreal, Quebec, in conjunction with the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix June 5-7.

 

Ferrari Challenge North America – Race 1 at Sonoma: wins for Anassis, Imperato and Saada

Posted: 25.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Sonoma, 25 April – Amidst the crowds and vast excitement for the race weekend, 31 drivers and 458 Challenge EVOs took the main stage at Sonoma Raceway for the third round of the North American Ferrari Challenge. Everyone showcased strong efforts in yesterday’s practice sessions, but today was the true racing spectacle, with more than 140 cars showcased in the Ferrari corral and a brilliant lapping of Ferrari’s most coveted supercars: the LaFerrari and Enzo.
Today’s fastest qualifier and pole sitter, Emmanuel Anassis (Ferrari Quebec), led the field from start to finish, attacking each turn of the 2.22-mile road course at full force. He finished the race with a 1.810-second lead ahead of Ricardo Perez (Ferrari of Houston), who charged ahead of three Trofeo Pirelli drivers to finish second on top of the podium steps. The contention for the third place finisher came between Wei Lu (Ferrari of Vancouver) and Damon Ockey (Ferrari of Ontario). Lu, who had the fast lap time of 1.41”949 in today’s race, overtook Ockey at Turn 9 after the downhill straightaway, finishing third overall and for his Trofeo Pirelli class.
The assemblage of drivers in the Trofeo Pirelli AM class truly proved their skill levels as all drivers intermingled with those in the Trofeo Pirelli category throughout the race. Anthony Imperato (Ferrari of Long Island) captured the fans enthusiasm as he maintained his ground from the first to very last lap. He jumped two positions in the race, holding Gregory Romanelli (The Collection) behind and overtaking Ockey and Scott Tucker (Boardwalk Ferrari) to finish in first place in his class. It was a double podium achievement for local team Ferrari of San Francisco, as it saw its two drivers, James Weiland and Ross Garber, bring home their second and third place trophies respectively.
The battles were just as fierce in the Coppa Shell category as Jean-Claude Saada (Boardwalk Ferrari) and Joe Courtney (Miller Motorcars) caused much excitement for the already exuberant crowds. Both drivers continuously overtook one another throughout the race, performing a ballet of racing endeavors. And not only did the challenge remain with them, but Dan O’Neal (Ferrari of Ft. Lauderdale) and Chris Cagnazzi (Ferrari of Long Island) also fought for a place on the podium. Ultimately, Saada finished at the top of the podium steps, Courtney in second place, and Cagnazzi in third.
The racing action continues tomorrow with a warm-up session at 9:00 AM PST (18 CET), qualifying at 11:00 AM PST (20 CET) and Race-2 at 2:05 PM PST (23.05 CET).

 

Ferrari Challenge North America – A Decade Of Racing At Sonoma

Posted: 24.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Sonoma, 24 April – The Ferrari Challenge North America makes its tenth consecutive return to Sonoma Raceway, located in the heart of California’s Wine Country set amongst the regions rolling hills and vast array of Napa’s vineyards. This highly-anticipated event, a long-standing highlight for Ferrari fans and clients, promises to deliver a weekend full of beautiful cars, exciting racing and entertainment.

Over 30 cars. This weekend marks the third round of racing this season, with 31 458 drivers and Challenge EVOs representing the United States, Canada and Mexico, entered for the Trofeo Pirelli, Trofeo Pirelli AM and Coppa Shell classes. After standing on top of the podium in Daytona and Homestead-Miami, Canadian Emmanuel Anassis (Ferrari of Quebec) currently leads the championship, 27 points ahead of John Farano (Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale), Scott Tucker (Boardwalk Ferrari), Gregory Romanelli (The Collection) and Ricardo Perez (Ferrari of Houston), who all stand within five points of one another in the Trofeo Pirelli class. A tight contention remains also for the drivers in Trofeo Pirelli AM. Arthur Romanelli (The Collection), Carlos Conde (Miller Motor Cars) and Robert Herjavec (Ferrari of Ontario) stand within three points, only enticing the racing action to come in Sonoma. As for the drivers in Coppa Shell, Dan O’Neal (Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale) moved to the top of his class after finishing twice on the podium in Homestead-Miami.

Off-track activity. The weekend will not only play host to two Ferrari Challenge adrenaline-packed races, there is plenty of fun to be had both on and off the track as the paddock will offer family-friendly entertainment through the weekend. The Ferrari Challenge FanZone will feature music, Ferrari pedal-car races for children, gourmet food trucks and the official Ferrari merchandising tent. Ferraristi will also have the chance to gather and admire examples of some of the most exquisite classic cars, including the 250 GTE, 308 GT4, 365 GTB/4, Daytona, Dino Spider, as well as the latest models in the production line. Ferrari’s most coveted supercars including the Enzo and LaFerrari will also be on track.

Program. Practice sessions will encompass today’s track activity. The first race of the weekend will go green at 2:45 PM PST (11.45 PM CET) on Saturday, with the second race held at 2:20 PM PST (11.20 PM CET) on Sunday. General admission tickets may be purchased for $20 each day or $40 for the whole weekend. Passes are available for purchase on site at the track.

 

 

Designer Marc Newson visits Maranello

Posted: 22.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Maranello, April 22 – After a busy week at Milan’s Salone del Mobile, designer Marc Newson took some time out of his schedule to visit Ferrari headquarters in Maranello.

Hosted by Piero Ferrari, Newson enjoyed a comprehensive visit to the factory, its assembly lines, the “Classiche” classic car atelier, Fiorano Circuit, and the recently completed Scuderia Ferrari wing.

One of today’s most influential designers, Newson has collaborated with an impressive list of international brands including Apple, Riva and Pentax. He is a passionate Ferrari collector with a particular penchant for the classics. The 857S , 750 Monza, 166 Barchetta are among his preferred models, but “every year there is a design that is practically to die for” he added. Of the current range, he cited the FF as his favorite car. While Newson had been to Maranello previously, this was his first in-depth tour.

He observed: “You have everything here. It’s like a small world. You have a strong sense of the human aspect of the company. The people are really important to the way Ferrari operates. It’s an incredibly technological and modern product but it has the quality of something that is hand made. It’s a pleasure to come here”.


 

 

Ferraris cross France

Posted: 24.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Prancing Horse cars past and present take to the Tour Auto route

Toulouse, 24 April – After the stunning presentation of the Ferrari 488 GTB at the Grand Palais in Paris, the Tour Auto is now underway and heading across France towards its final destination, the lovely city of Biarritz. Around 70 Ferraris will take part in the various road and track stages of the Tour. They will include glorious past models of the likes of the extraordinary 250 GTO, several 275 GTBs and the 308, a very rare Ferrari rally car, as well as those from the current range, notably the F12berlinetta, the FF, the California T and the 458 Speciale. The Tour Auto takes in some of France’s most charming areas, such as Vichy, Clermont Ferrand and Chateau de Courances, as well historic circuits of the likes of Magny-Cours and Albi.

 

The Ferrari 488 GTB star at the Grand Palais

Posted: 22.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Unveiling in Paris of the new V8 and start of the Tour Auto

Paris, 22 April – The 488 GTB was the star of the Grand Palais for two days, for its French premiere at the departure of the Tour Auto. Hundreds of guests and journalist joined the unveilings, that took place at the presence of the Scuderia Ferrari test driver Jean Eric Vergne and the former Formula 1 driver Jacques Lafitte.
Over 200 exceptional cars, among which a 250 GTO and a few 275 GTB, left Paris on Tuesday morning to discover the most beautiful roads of France. All these lucky drivers will join Biarritz on Saturday afternoon for an stunning arrival on the seaside.

 

 

Tailor Made Elegance

Posted: 20.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

At Auto Shanghai a Ferrari California T inspired by two classic style icons

Maranello, 20 April 2015 – Today, at Auto Shanghai (April 22-29, 2015)Ferrariunveiled a particularly stunning bespoke California T. This California T was created especially for the Chinese auto show to illustrate how Ferrari’s “Tailor Made” program allows a client to commission a car according to his or her wishes.

Since the 1950s, the Ferrari California series has embodied elegance, sportiness and versatility. In keeping with this spirit, Ferrari’s design team chose to style this California T with timelesssophistication. For inspiration, the designers looked to two great icons of style, the actress Ingrid Bergman, known for her natural beauty and effortless chic, and the Kennedy familyas personified by the graceful Jacqueline Kennedy.

Finished indemure “Grigio Ingrid” a color named for the unforgettable Ingrid Bergman who chose this very shade of grey for the Ferrari 375 MM Roberto Rossellini gave her in 1954, this California T has a touch of understatement.The interiors on the other hand are rich in materials and detail, taking their cues from the worlds of interior and furniture design as well as luxury goods.In particular the seats, in reddish brown, velvety“count prestige” leather, are a variation on theKennedee chair by Jean Marie Massaud, a design that in turn was influenced by the style of America’s “former first family” the Kennedys. Jackie Kennedy in particular was known for her impeccable taste not only in her own dress but in her 1961 redecoration of the White House. Waxed edges on the leather of the central console and the inside of the doors give the car an even more luxurious appearance.

Despite the vintage inspiration, the interiors of this California T still have a contemporary feel.The matte grey metallic details on the dash board and central console lend a cool modern touch,as do the black Alcantara inserts in the seating. Even the floor mats are noteworthy: they are made of 100% pure virgin wool from New Zealand with a natural jute background, this is carpet normally used in luxury home interior decoration and have an exceptionally plush feel.

Combining a restrained exterior with superb interiors, this California T shows off the best of Ferrari’s Tailor Made program. It is a perfect demonstration of how the Ferrari design team can interpret design elements of the past, while giving them a fresh and innovative twist, resulting in a car that is strikingly beautiful.

 

 

Ferrari 488 GTB makes its Asia-Pacific Debut in Shanghai

Posted: 20.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Shanghai, 20 April 2015 – Ferrari 488GTB, a new benchmark for the sports car sector makes its Asia Pacific debut at Shanghai International Auto Show. Forty years on from the launch of Ferrari’s iconic first-ever mid-rear-engined V8 berlinetta, the 308 GTB, the Ferrari 488 GTB opens a new chapter in the history of cars with this particular architecture. Mr. Amedeo Felisa, CEO of Ferrari, together with Mr. Enrico Galliera, Ferrari Senior Vice President for Commercial and Marketing, and Mr. Matteo Torre, Ferrari Greater China President & CEO attended the press conference and unveiled this extraordinary model under the spot light in Shanghai.

 

 

Ferrari Tribute to Chinese Culture

Posted: 20.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

A big charity event

Shanghai, 20 April 2015 – On the opening day of the Shanghai International Motor Show, Ferrari presented the Tribute to China Culture Rally, a series of 18 driving events to be staged in 18 different Chinese cities in the course of 2015 in celebration of the nation’s multifaceted culture: from artisanal craftsmanship to traditional music, cuisine and opera.  The Tribute will involve clients from across China and its routes will take in some of the nation’s most significant locations.  This major event will also raise funds for local charity initiatives.

 

 

2015 Mille Miglia – 14.05.2015 – 17.05.2015

Posted: 16.04.2015
Source: Mille Miglia

Mille Miglia is so much more than race cars, drivers, winners, and losers. Mille Miglia is a part of Italian life, and its effects extend the length and breadth of Italy, all the way down to Sicily.” (Denis Jenkinson)

Although written seventy years ago, this sentence by British journalist Denis Jenkinson, winner of the 1955 Mille Miglia with Stirling Moss, is still current, because it fully reflects what the Red Arrow means to this day, and how beloved it is even now.

In keeping with our tradition, the 33rd nostalgia edition of the Mille Miglia race, scheduled from 14 through 17 May, was launched on the opening day of Techno-Classica Essen, Europe’s most important classic cars show.

Yet again, eighty-eight years after the first race in 1927, the cant-miss appointment with the Red Arrow is planned in Brescia, the City of the Mille Miglia, where, from 14 through 17 May 2015, Mille Miglias 32nd retrospective edition will be held, commented Roberto Gaburri, Chairman of 1000 Miglia Srl.

Adding together the 24 racing editions from 1927 to 1957 (13 before the Second World War and 11 after 1947), the 3 with the rally formula of 1958, 1959 and 1961, and the 32 retrospective editions from 1977 to 2014, the 2015 event will see the seventieth auto competition to bear the Mille Miglia name.

As always, this will be a one-of-a-kind opportunity to savour the best of Italian hospitality, through artistic masterpieces and natural scenery of extraordinary beauty, all enriched by the passing of 430 vintage cars.

This year, Mille Miglia will be organized for the third time by a company that is a 100% stakeholding of Automobile Club di Brescia, the owner of the brand since the first edition.According to Marco Makaus, Managing Director of 1000 Miglia Srl, “This years Mille Miglia will be another step on a long journey that continues to fascinate thousands of enthusiasts, and to which some modifications are made every year, always with the utmost respect for tradition.

In 2015, after the positive experience of the previous year, the Mille Miglia will be held once more in four stages.

This choice has strong consequences on the entire programme and course, which in 2014 met with the general publics enthusiastic approval. The extra stage, with extended passage times, was less tiring for participants and allowed more people to watch the cars go by: in particular, the finish was moved to Sunday instead of Saturday night, to allow families and younger people to be on hand as well.

Our commitment is always focused on guaranteeing authenticity and safety for Mille Miglia, as well as its historical and sporting aspects. All this led us to introduce some new elements, while seeking to respect the legend we have been called upon to protect and celebrate, and for which we are grateful to those who managed the race before us.

THE 2015 COURSE

In 2014, the course underwent changes in order to allow the Mille Miglia to pass through places where it had been absent for years. This year, continuing with this same philosophy, some variations have been introduced.

The start – moved forward to 2:30 PM on Thursday, 14 May – will take place as always from Viale Venezia delle Mille Miglia: the first stage will end in Rimini. The next day, stage two, in accordance with tradition, will bring the competitors to Rome.

The programme on day two, Friday, 15 May, does not hold much new in store: after San Marino, the participants will continue towards Senigallia, where they will have lunch on the coastal road, and Pesaro and Ancona; they will then continue south, along the coastline, to Loreto, Recanati and Macerata and on to Ascoli and Teramo.

From here, the long caravan of cars will turn inland towards Rieti. The arrival in the capital will be anticipated from last year, with the first car reaching Rome, at Castel Sant’Angelo at 8:30 PM.

On Saturday 16 May, the course will remain virtually unchanged from Rome to Tuscany, with the usual transits, so loved by competitors, through Ronciglione, Viterbo, Radicofani, and Siena. The rest stop will take place for the first time in Cascina; after Pisa and Lucca, the competing cars will cross the Abetone Pass, returning to flat ground all the way to Reggio Emilia.

Stage three will end in Parma, with the final control in front of its renowned Teatro Regio at 9:00 PM. On Sunday morning, from the ducal city, the competitors will return to Brescia.

Stage four, on Sunday, 17 May, offers two entirely new elements for the Red Arrow course: to make its own contribution to an extraordinary event like Expo Milano 2015, while not blocking fair traffic with its own caravan of more than one thousand cars, Mille Miglia will be paying tribute with a passage control at Villa Reale in Monza, one of the external seats of Expo 2015.

Moreover, to the great joy of the drivers and the spectators alike, the Red Arrow will be entering the Autodromo di Monza, thanks to an agreement between the owners of these two car racing icons: Automobile Club d’Italia of Brescia, and of Milano.

In the Brianza circuit, the cars will drive on the current Formula One track as well as on the historical and recently restored “high-speed” banked section, where competitors will be contending in some time trials: the winner will be awarded an Automobile Club di Milano trophy named for the great Alberto Ascari who lost his life in Monza in May 1955, exactly sixty years ago.

Then, passing through Bergamo and Franciacorta, the approximately 430 cars in the race will return to Brescia 1,760 kilometres later.

Organization

The logistical and organizational aspects of an event like this one are always quite complex, explains Andrea Dalledonne, Managing Director of 1000 Miglia Srl: The numbers are indicative of the apparatus set in motion by Mille Miglia, which this year will see about 430 cars in the competition, a record figure for all editions, with about 1,600 persons between participants and team members, involving more than 2,000 persons in the organization, and accrediting about 2,000 journalists and media operators. This is why we would like to publicly thank all those who made the commitment to host the Red Arrows passage and to offer an exciting spectacle of history, sport, and culture.”

From the sporting standpoint as well, there are some new features: 2015 saw an increase in the number of trials to determine classification, rising to 84, 76 of which traditional and 8 by average time. Unchanged are the coefficients applied to the cars, but the supplementary “bonus” will no longer be applied to the models that took part in an edition between 1927 and 1957.

MILLE MIGLIA 2015 registrations

The world’s most admired “travelling museum” continues to charm fans on all five continents. The past years, 2013 and 2014, saw on-line entries on the Mille Miglia registration site by more than 2,500 teams and vehicles. Those who had already registered this year did not have to repeat the process; with the new registrations, the number of potential registered competitors exceeds 3,000.

Registrations with Mille Miglia 2015 confirmed the trend of recent years, which has exceeded all expectations: despite the persisting economic crisis, which certainly conditioned the number, the total is virtually identical to previous years. The only difference is in the addition of five represented countries, which have risen to 42: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Germany, Japan, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monte Carlo, New Zealand, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Republic of San Marino, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, United States, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand.

A total of 617 registrations were assessed by the examination commission, from 7 nations more than last year; Italy continues to be the country with the highest representation, with 131 entries.

Slightly declining are participations from Germany, with 85 registered teams. The United Kingdom, with 54 entries, has held steady.

Countries with double-digit entries include Netherlands and Belgium, respectively with 42 and 40 competitors, Switzerland with 38, the United States with 36, Austria with 12, and Japan with 11.

Of the registered vehicles, the most represented brands are Alfa Romeo and Jaguar with 58 cars; followed by Lancia with 43 and Fiat with 42 entries; Mercedes-Benz also counts 42, followed by Porsche with 36 cars, Aston Martin with 29, Bugatti with 22, and Ferrari and Austin Healey with 21; the list ends with other names, for a record total of 73 carmakers.

Teams and vehicles accepted to the start of MILLE MIGLIA 2015

Like every year, so many requests have caused some difficulty for the Committee called upon to make the choice to select the teams admitted to the Mille Miglia. Taking part in the event has always been considered a success: finishing it – no matter where in the classification – brings sublime excitement.

After the difficult selection work applying rigorous criteria of merit, the Committee published the list of accepted cars, whose value in terms of quality, collector’s interest, and sporting merits is quite high. Of these, 67 are motor cars that actually took part in at least one Mille Miglia racing edition, from 1927 to 1957.

To expand the historical value of a fleet of vehicles that no vintage car event can boast of, those making the selection decided to accept, in addition to the 430 cars selected, 9 more entered by the Italian Army, in the special “military” category, bringing the total to nearly 430 cars, a record figure. Of these, 22 belong to the “Special List”: these are cars that, although responding to the characteristics of Mille Miglia, for a number of reasons did not take part during the classic years. These cars, competing to all effects as the others, will start in a “Special List”: the only difference will be that of not assigning the coefficient of merit, so that victory remains reserved for the models that took the field from 1927 to 1957.

From the carmakersmuseums: treasures of INESTIMABLE value

Among the many reasons why Mille Miglia is without compare for refinement, exclusivity, and prestige, there is that of being the rarest travelling museum of automobile history. Once a year, treasures of inestimable value, which have gone down in history as among the finest in international motor sports, will converge on Brescia.

Participants include cars from the museums of carmakers like Mercedes-Benz, Alfa Romeo, BMW, Jaguar and Porsche.

The cars taking the field at the Viale Venezia start on the evening of Thursday, 16 May belong to 61 different brands: the lion’s share goes to Mercedes-Benz and Alfa Romeo with 38 cars, followed by Jaguar with 36, FIAT with 34, Lancia with 30 and Porsche with 22 cars.

THE RED ARROW READY FOR 2016

Yet again, after eighty years, the unmissable appointment with the Red Arrow is scheduled in Brescia, the city of the Mille Miglia, for this coming 14 May; and next year’s date is already set: Mille Miglia 2016 will take place from 12 to 15 May.

Mille miglia 2015: participating cars

Alfa Romeo 38 –>  Gilco 2
Mercedes-Benz 38 –>  Lotus 2
Jaguar 36 –>  Talbot-Lago 2
FIAT 34 –>  Allard 1
Lancia 30 –>  Alpine Renault 1
Porsche 22 –>  Autobleu 1
Bugatti 21 –>  Benedetti-FIAT 1
Aston Martin 19 –>  Borgward 1
Ferrari 19 –>  Bristol 1
Healey 11 –>  Cargem 1
Maserati 11 –>  Citroen 1
Cisitalia 10 –>  Cooper 1
BMW 9 –>  Delage 1
O.M. 8 –>  Delahaye 1
Austin Healey 7 –>  FIAT Cisitalia 1
Bentley 7 –>  Giaur 1
S.I.A.T.A. 7 –>  HRG 1
Triumph 7 –>  HW (poi HWM) 1
Zagato 7 –>  HW Alta (poi HWM) 1
MG 6 –>  Invicta 1
Riley 6 –>  Kieft 1
Arnolt 4 –>  Lincoln 1
Chrysler 4 –>  Nash-Healey 1
Lagonda 4 –>  Oldsmobile 1
A.C. 3 –>  Peugeot 1
Alvis 3 –>  Rally 1
Amilcar 3 –>  Renault 1
Ermini 3 –>  Rovelli-FIAT 1
Ford 3 –>  Rover 1
O.S.C.A. 3 –>  SS 1
Abarth 2 –>  Stanguellini 1
B.N.C. 2 –>  Studebaker 1
Bandini 2 –>  Talbot 1
D.B. 2 –>  Zanussi-FIAT 1
Frazer-Nash 2 –>  Total: 69 brands: 430

(plus “Military” vehicles)

 

 

The Prancing Horse models at the Amsterdam event

Posted: 17.04.2015
Source: Ferrari

Maranello, 17 April – Four Ferrari models from the current range are on display at the 56th Rai Show in Amsterdam which runs until April 26 and is the largest event of its kind in the Netherlands. In partnership with Ferrari’s official Dutch dealers, Kroymans Automotive of Hilversum and Munsterhuis Sportscars of Hengelo, two V8s, a California T and a 458 Spider, and two V12s, an FF and an F12berlinetta, are being shown. The California T is in a Blu California livery with a Beige Tradizione interior, while the 458 Spider is in Rosso Corsa with a Nero cabin. In terms of the V12 models, the F12berlinetta is clothed in Rosso Berlinetta with a Cuoio interior and the FF is in Blu Pozzi with a Cuoio Toscano cabin.

 

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