Well, the Huracan is on Trofeo R's. Not Pzero Corsas, R888, Pilot Sport or any other supercar/trackday tire. It's on bloody Trofeo R's, the closest you will get to an actual slick tire for a road car - Tires that are not even road legal in many places, and they cost an absolute fortune (not that it matters a lot when… » 11/25/14 10:04pm Tuesday 10:04pm

Why is the F355 here? The "revolutionary" F1 'box is a PITA. The car is the most expensive of the modern V8's to maintain. Ferrari even altered the layout of Fiorano to make it faster, making it appear as if the F355 was much more of an improvement over the 348 than it actually was. Fiorano today is 1-1,5 seconds… » 9/11/14 7:12pm 9/11/14 7:12pm

But it won't be the only one. Because the guy after will go "oh, I want a manual too" and get it for a 1/10th of the cost the first guy paid. I doubt anyone in their right mind would will be willing to do this, unless there is an exclusivity contract that reimburses the development costs the first guy had to cash out… » 7/17/14 10:09am 7/17/14 10:09am

The FIA/ACO must also be commended for the regulations that have been carried put into the FIA WEC. Yes we have diesels, hybrids, small capacity engines but the racing is still fantastic, organic snd relevant. The a-class example of how to modernize a racing series whilst keeping it politically correct. » 6/19/14 6:31pm 6/19/14 6:31pm

Sorry no V6 "456" is happening. Same rumours surrounded the Cali T last autumn (that there would be a V8 and V6 version) Ferrari sells enough cars (as just about everybody knows by now they've downscaled production numbers to "retain exclusivity" and the Cali T production will be down by 500 units per year compared to… » 6/18/14 9:48pm 6/18/14 9:48pm