...No benefits for losing the sky, but a slight penalty for having the option. But then, anyone who’s driven a convertible knows there’s extra speed available in a drop-top that cannot be measured by any dyno or speed gun, and isn’t that what’s most important? Besides, the Spyder looks better than the Coupe, top up or down, and anyone who says aesthetics aren’t important in a supercar isn’t shopping for a Ferrari. But if you want to hit the track, the Coupe is the only option here. Crank the manettino over to Race mode and feel everything screw down tight. Wind it out hard and trust...
Most 14-year-olds would jump at the chance to get behind the wheel of a beat-up minivan, never mind an Italian supercar. This kid has more resources than most. He's driven... read more December 2, 2013 by Stephen Edelstein
A Ferrari owner has enlisted the help of the Italian sports car manufacturer’s Tailor Made personalization program to build this one-off 458 Italia honoring legendary... read more November 18, 2013 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran
The Ferrari Challenge, the Italian automaker’s one-make racing series for gentleman drivers and up-and-coming racers, will see the introduction of a new race car for... read more November 12, 2013 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran
"Some say, he's illegal in 17 U.S. states, and that he blinks like this [sideways]." Actually, it's 18 states, according to former Stig Ben Collins, who answered questions... read more October 10, 2013 by Stephen Edelstein
There's a lot to be excited about when it comes to the new Ferrari 458 Speciale. It is, after all, an even better version of the already life-changingly good 458 Italia. This... read more September 16, 2013 by Nelson Ireson