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Finali Mondiali - A Perfect End For The Daytona Event

The first edition of the Finali Mondiali ever organized in the United States ended with the exhibition of the Scuderia Ferrari drivers, Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel. The Daytona track provided a perfect setting and the almost 140 Ferraris that took to the track on the final day made for a unique atmosphere at the legendary Florida circuit.

Success for the auction. Celebrations had begun on Saturday evening, when the biggest parade of Ferraris ever seen on an American track took centre stage, with more than 800 cars driven by their owners. This spectacular moment...

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Ferrari to use turbo V-8

The supercar’s turbocharged 3.9-liter V-8 gasoline engine creates 552 hp and emits 250g/km of CO2 while its predecessor’s 4.3-liter naturally aspired V-8 offered 483 hp and emitted 299gkm of CO2.

“In the future, all of our V-8s will use turbos,” Dini said, adding that Ferrari’s next challenge is to decrease the displacement of its V-8s while adding even more power.

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Ferrari Race Circuit Takes Stance on Sustainability

Technically, Scuderia Ferrari is based in Maranello, where its namesake automaker is also based. But the Formula One team tests extensively at the Mugello Circuit near Florence. The track itself, owned by Scuederi Ferrari, is mostly used for Grand Prix motorcycle racing, but when the Ferrari team tested it out for F1 racing earlier this year, driver Sebastian Vettel said, "It's an incredible circuit with a lot of high-speed corners."1


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Ferrari Brings 4.5 Models to Paris Motor Show

How many models did Ferrari take to the Paris Motor Show? No fewer than four this year, including the Ferrari F12berlinetta, Ferrari 458 Italia, Ferrari 458 Spider, and the Ferrari FF. As if these models didn't cause enough of a stir, Ferrari also unveiled some vital components of the Ferrari F70, the highly-anticipated successor to the Enzo Ferrari.


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Ferrari Announces Their First Hybrid in Time for 2013

The original Enzo Ferrari premiered at the Paris Auto Show in 2002. At the time, it was powered by a 6.0-liter V12, rated at 651-horsepower and 485 lb-ft of torque. It was named in honor of the company's founder, Enzo Ferrari, and was designed as a representation of all of Formula One's latest technology. A carbon-fiber body, an F1-style electrohydraulic shift transmission, and carob fiber-reinforced Silicon Carbide ceramic composite disc brakes are...

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