Friday, November 26, 2004
Auction at Ferrari  
 
At Monday, the 23rd of May 2005, the first ever auction will be held at the Ferrari Factory in Maranello. The Sotheby's auction will be held in the new Logistics building at the Fiorano track. A selection of classic and modern road and racing cars as well as memorabilia will be sold. The auction will also include some Maseratis.
Very special is the F2004 (chassis number 234). This is a historic Ferrari, since Michael Schumacher drove it to victory in the first five races of 2004!
 

webmaster | 13:36

 
 
 
Wednesday, November 24, 2004
Gene fast debut for Ferrari  
 
Yesterday testing began at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona. Marc Gene debuted as test driver for Ferrari. And he did a good job. The former Williams test driver clocked the fastest lap of 1.15.662. In total he drove 68 laps. He was the fastest of the four cars that were out yesterday. Jarno Trulli finished second, 0,8 seconds behind Gene, in his Toyota.
Luca Badoer drove 112 laps and set the third time, 1.17.676.
Webber made his debut in his Williams and set the fourth and last time after just four installation laps.
Today Renault, BAR and Red Bull Racing are all at the circuit.
Source: F1Racing.net
 

webmaster | 11:11

 
 
 
Tuesday, November 23, 2004
Gene new test driver for Ferrari  
 
Marc Gene is joining the team of Ferrari per immediately. Gene will be testing alongside Luca Badoer. In 1999 Marc Gene started his career in the Formula one at Minardi. In 2001 he joined Williams as a test driver. He replaced Ralf Schumacher for two races last season, but failed to score any points.
Source: F1Racing.net
 

webmaster | 15:24

 
 
 
575 Barchetta...  
 
 

webmaster | 09:09

 
 
 
Monday, November 22, 2004
On a long winter evening...  
 
...everybody wants to play a nice game. What about Monopoli? Hmm...okay, nice. But look at this version of Monopoli. FERRARI Monopoli! :) ...I wonder what it's like! Well...it's for sale at the Warm-Up shop in Maranello for 49,17 euros.
Source: WarmUp
 

webmaster | 14:33

 
 
 
Sunday, November 21, 2004
Ferrari at Manhattan  
 
Ferrari celebrates this year it's 50th anniversary in the United States and a few days ago they opened a new exclusive showroom in the place where it all began; New York City, Park Avenue. The new facility is a Factory corporate showroom for both the Ferrari and Maserati brands.
It's only a few blocks away from the site where Luigi Chinetti - winner of Le Mans 1949 and the first US importer of Ferrari - opened his atelier in 1954.
The new showroom is at the corner of Park and 55th.
Source: Ferrari-World
 

webmaster | 15:07

 
 
 
Wednesday, November 17, 2004
Yes...it's finished  
 


It's finished, and it looks...it looks; well just see for yourselves! :)
Source: BugattiArt.com
 

webmaster | 09:17

 
 
 
Wednesday, November 10, 2004
250 LM continues...  
 
It's not yet finished, but look at this. It looks already superb. I think it will only take a few more days and the final result will be shown...here at ForzaRossa!
Source: BugattiArt.com
 

webmaster | 11:43

 
 
 
Tuesday, November 09, 2004
New Ferrari...a step forward!  
 
Next years Ferrari will be a big step forward. That's what the South African F1designer Rory Byrne said. The new aerodynamic, engine and tyre regulation-changes have compelled in a totally different car design. "It will be a bit slower, of course, but technically it will be even better."
Ferrari will start the 2005 season with a 'hybrid' version of the F2004. If they do the new car cannot debut until the third grand prix, because of the new two-race engine rule.
Source: F1Racing.net
 

webmaster | 11:37

 
 
 
Wednesday, November 03, 2004
Carsten goes LM  
 
Carsten does it again. Look at these first lines of the 250 LM. Aren't they beautiful already. And for those who come here often...you know what Carsten can do in a few days/ weeks. Another fantastic drawing of a beautiful Ferrari.
Source: BugattiArt.com
 

webmaster | 22:06

 
 
 
Monday, November 01, 2004
Fire at Munsterhuis  
 


A huge fire destroyed the Ferrari and Maserati dealership Munsterhuis in Hengelo, The Netherlands. The fire was seen from a wide distance. The damage is enormous. According to the firemen, 56 cars have been destroyed.
Source and Pictures: outside picture: Hendrik-Jan, inside pictures: Edgar van Daalen
 

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