Ferrari F50

  • Ferrari F50 at I.C.E event, Switzerland

    These days, many supercar and classic car owners look at their vehicles as investments. That's the opposite case for the owners who brought their cars to the first I.C.E. event in Sankt Moritz, Switzerland, on March 2. I.C.E. stands for International Concours of Elegance in St. Moritz, and it's a proper acronym since the entire event takes place on a frozen lake. That's correct, these multi-million dollar cars paraded around on a frozen lake and in the snow. Garage queens? Hardly, I.C.E. is for the hardy supercar and vintage car owner. The idea certainly didn't detract from the sheer number...

  • 1995 Ferrari F50 prototype bearing chassis No. 99999
    Ferrari F50 prototype with an interesting history is up for grabs

    A Ferrari F50 that was the star of the 1995 Geneva auto show and driven by multiple Formula 1 legends can be yours. The car is currently listed for sale at Autosport Designs of Huntington Station, New York, which has detailed documentation on the car's provenance. The documents confirm the chassis...

  • Mike Tyson-owned Ferrari F50 for sale
    Ferrari F50 once owned by Mike Tyson up for sale

    You want to add a rare machine to your collection? There are plenty of low-run cars on the market right now so you have plenty from which to choose. Maybe you're also a boxing fan? If that's the case, have we found the car for you. This is a 1995 Ferrari F50, and it was purchased new by none other...

  • Ferrari F40 and 288 GTO
    Ferrari LaFerrari meets its predecessors...in a drag race

    Just seeing one of Ferrari's [NYSE:RACE] flagship cars, or Special Series as the automaker likes to call them, is a rare occasion that most car fans will cherish, but just imagine all five of them, from the 288 GTO of the 1980s right up to the latest LaFerrari, spotted together, and at a track...

  • Ferrari F40, F50, Enzo and LaFerrari at Fiorano test track
    Four Ferrari Flagships Flat Out At Fiorano: Video

    Just seeing one of Ferrari's flagship cars, or “Special Series” as the automaker likes to call them, is a rare occasion that most car fans will cherish, but just imagine four examples, one each from the past four generations, spotted together—and at the track. Well that’s...

  • Ferrari F50 that crashed in the U.K. (Image via Western Morning News)
    Ferrari F50 Crashes In The U.K.

    The F50 may be one of the less popular special series Ferraris but seeing one on the side of the road in this condition is still a terrible sight to behold. The crash took place on Wednesday on a stretch of road near Brackley in the U.K. CHECK OUT: 2,000-HP Trion Nemesis To Enter Production In 2016...

  • Tax The Rich drifts a Ferrari F50.

    Tax The Rich is back with another Ferrari F50 video.

  • Ferrari F40 and F50 on a track
    Ferrari F40 And F50 Driven Like They're Meant To Be: Video

    Two of the most sought-after supercars, the Ferrari F40 and its F50 successor, are put to the test on an empty Anglesey Circuit. The test was conducted by British journo Chris Harris for the latest episode of Drive, and it isn’t really about determining which is the better car but rather to...

  • Ferrari Enzo For Sale
    Own Three Ferrari Legends For $6 Million

    Owning a Ferrari is, we assume, both a wondrous and worrisome time in one's life. The car is a work of art that enjoys being driven near its limit. It's also a fickle beast that demands constant care, which costs big bucks. If you can afford a Ferrari, however, you're probably able to care for the...

  • Ferrari F50 plays in the dirt
    Watch a pair of Ferrari F50s throw dirt, play tug of war

    From the same group that brought us videos of a Rolls-Royce Phantom going off-road and a Ferrari Enzo being driven in rally conditions, comes a new one, this time featuring two Ferrari F50s throwing dirt and then playing a game of tug of war. Why? Because Tax The Rich. The group’s mission is...

  • The infamous FBI-crashed Ferrari F50
    FBI-Crashed Ferrari F50 For Sale On Ebay

    In 2003, a Ferrari F50, one of just 50 imported into the United States, was stolen from a dealership in Rosemont, Pennsylvania. In 2009, long after the long after the insurance company had paid the dealership for the theft, the car was recovered in an unrelated FBI sting operation. The training...

  • Ferrari F50 crashed by FBI agent in 2009--Image via WreckedExotics
    U.S. Government Off The Hook For Crashed Ferrari F50

    A District Court Judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by by an insurance company seeking to recover the payout issued after an FBI agent crashed a Ferrari F50 in evidence.

  • Ferrari F50 crashed by FBI agent in 2009--Image via WreckedExotics

    Back in 2009 an FBI agent by the name of Fred Kingston was attempting to relocate an allegedly stolen Ferrari F50 supercar to a warehouse in Lexington, Kentucky but managed to crash the rare exotic during his short drive. Claiming the car experienced a blown tire, Kingston ran it up a curb where we see it in this photo stuck in a small hedge running along the roadside. The original owner of the car, a dealership in Rosemont, Pennsylvania, first reported it stolen back in 2003 and though it was finally recovered in 2009, the Ferrari F50, of which there were only 50 ever imported to the U.S...

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