It’s superfast and super awesome. Ferrari continues its tradition to avoid using big spoilers. With active aerodynamics on top, inside and bottom of the car, it needs no awkward spoilers. … Continue Reading →
It’s a Type R but f*ck that. It’s ugly. Intake manifold says “Earth Dreams”? Really? And for $35,000? WTF. I seriously consider a nicely equipped Mustang GT. Or Subaru WRX. … Continue Reading →
The science behind Formula 1 brakes.
It’s Chinese made so I don’t see it lasting that long. Chances are, the batteries are going to explode.
It’s not supercar great. So it’s no where near Hypercar great. See why. All the journalists seem to have the same view. It’s good, but it’s not great. For $450,000, … Continue Reading →
Carfection is the only one that seemed to have pointed out a small problem. I believe he said it’s a pre-production model but lets see if it keeps happening to … Continue Reading →
Usually at the end of each April, Pasadena hosts Concorso Ferrari. Old to new to Ferrari racing cars. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
Hit up a celebrity golf classic with the 488 Spider and played with Grandmama (Larry Johnson). Easy on the swing critiques.
The McLaren P1 GTR is the most hardcore and aggressive car that McLaren Automotive has ever produced.
From DRIVE Network: Six new episodes coming for Fall, 2016! Christian Von Koenigsegg highlights the technologies behind the company’s new, 1,500-horsepower Regera hybrid hypercar.