Patrons of Walt Disney World have been able to experience what it’s like to ride in a NASCAR race car at the Richard Petty Driving Experience. By mid-January, 2012, however, things will start to get a bit more exotic. The Orlando Sentinel reports that Disney will offer the Exotic Driving Experience, featuring such cars as Read on! →

When other automakers zig, Ferrari zags. Most believe that carbon fiber is the best material for making car components lighter, but the Italian supercar maker is standing behind its use of aluminum. Ferrari insists aluminum is superior for most cars, a stance that goes against the grain in the automotive industry. Enzo preferred aluminum Dating Read on! →

Italy’s top luxury supercar makers, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati, all suspended production Tuesday and sent workers home after the region was rocked by earthquakes. Work suspended at factories At this point, all three automakers say their assembly plants were not seriously damaged and that work has been merely suspended until Wednesday. All in all, about Read on! →

The German automotive magazine Auto Bild reported earlier this week that the new Ferrari flagship super car, dubbed the F 620 GT, will make its world debut in March at the international auto show in Geneva, Switzerland. The new sports car is the next-generation successor to the high-end 599 GBT Fiorano. Ferrari: Codename F 152 Read on! →

You don’t have this kind of money to spend on a car, no way, no how. In a private transaction that was listed among high-end vehicle sales on the boutique classic car auction site, an apple-green 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO that was made for race driver Stirling Moss sold for a record $35 million. Read on! →

Ferrari has been selling cars in China for 20 years now. The luxury Italian automaker is commemorating its longevity in the world’s largest nation by opening a more-or-less “permanent” exhibit. As part of the effort, the prestigious company will also be making a very limited run of a special-edition 458 Italia model, tailored just for Read on! →

Over the weekend RM auctions conducted its inaugural sale at the Villa d’Este concourse in Cernobbio, Italy. The event boasted¬† a catalog to make classic car lovers drool.¬† On sale were a veritable fleet of rare and historically significant automobiles. Many of the vehicles went for several millions of dollars. A highly anticipated event Anticipation Read on! →

Laying rubber on a nation’s cultural heritage doesn’t sound like a great way to open the throttle for automotive sales, does it? Yet that’s exactly what Ferrari unintentionally did Monday atop a 600-year-old wall surrounding the ancient Chinese city of Nanjing. A Ferrari China dealership employee did doughnuts in a $950,000 458 Italia atop the Read on! →

In the early 1960s, Ferrari ruled the roost. Ferrari’s cars were as desirable as they were successful at racing. The company and its founder, Enzo Ferrari, also had a habit of rubbing people the wrong way. In the year 1962, several different parties set out with the single purpose of giving Enzo and the Prancing Read on! →

A Ferrari 250 GTO, valued at more than $30 million, has crashed at an event in France celebrating the make. The collision left three people injured. Some are saying it may well be the most pricey car accident of all time. Fifty years of Ferrari On July 6, an event celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Read on! →