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Tucson, Arizona, United States
Absolutely beautiful F360 Modena F1Coupe, yellow with all black leather interior and carpets, with black stitching. Only 12K miles. Near mint condition throughout, exterior and interior. Never smoked in. Paint and body are immaculate, no defects, no chips, no dings, no scratches. Dry climate car. No corrosion on suspension or chassis. Very clean undercarriage. Original factory clear bra installed on door edges and wheel-wells, etc. All glass is perfect with no chips. FUCHS stainless polished exhaust system, 18" genuine BBS Ferrari Challenge wheels powder painted when new tires were installed June 2014. Wheels are painted charcoal black matte finish. Wheels are perfect, no chips, rash, etc. Full power driver and passenger seats. Red calipers. New Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, purchased June 2014. F1 paddle shift transmission. Original Ferrari factory audio system with CD stacker in the front trunk. Challenge front and rear grills. New Bosch battery June 2014. Glass engine cover. All service up to date, needs nothing. Clean clear Arizona title in hand. No accidents, damage, or repairs. Never tracked or abused. Includes red factory soft car cover. Two keys including red master, and all books and records. Always garaged and covered. Private owner sale, no sales tax.
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Ferrari is not a company used to being behind the curve, but if you've been wondering how the Scuderia has lost so much territory on the Formula One circuit to a relative newcomer like Red Bull, part of the answer could come down to its wind tunnel.
Seriously, the wind tunnel? Yes, the wind tunnel. Aerodynamics play an increasingly vital role in F1 racing, and while Red Bull has one of the best in the business, Ferrari's hasn't been running right for some time now.
A year and a half ago Ferrari shut down the galleria del vento at its headquarters in Maranello, citing problems with "correlation" - that is, a major discrepancy between the results it got in the wind tunnel, in CFD computations and on the racetrack. Having narrowed the problem down, the Scuderia embarked upon a major overhaul. It's been using Toyota's facility in Cologne, Germany, in the meantime, but as team principal Stefano Domenicali put it, not having your own wind tunnel on premises "is like playing basketball with one hand behind your back." Now the renovations reportedly complete, however, and Ferrari will begin using its wind tunnel again next month.
One of the greatest things every Corvette has had going for it, and also one of the most re-used arguments against it, is its price-to-performance equation - long before the Nissan GT-R became the de facto Porsche 911 comparator the Corvette spent decades as Exhibit A. Depending on which side of the argument you stressed, supporters crowed about how much performance you got for how (comparatively) little, detractors carped on how little you got everywhere else in the bargain.
It appears Chevrolet is working as hard as ever to render the argument meaningless. Spy shooters at KGP captured a convocation of European birds of prey leaving the General Motors test center, and aimed at benchmarking the C7 Corvette ZR1. The road train comprised of two C7 Corvette Stingrays, a 2013 Corvette ZR1, McLaren MP4-12C, Ferrari 458 Italia, Audi R8 V10 Spyder and Porsche 911 Carrera S and it was last seen heading down the same kinked-up back roads used to hone the Corvette Stingray.
The C7-series ZR1 and its possible 700 horsepower are still a ways off. If it really is being positioned to compete with the celestial exotica in the testing group, could it be the first Corvette to regularly be the first answer to the question "Cost no object, which would would you rather have?"
Ferrari has built a monster with its F12 Berlinetta, a V12-powered grand tourer that has the looks of a supermodel and the firepower of a small country. And while it's been on the scene for a minute, Drive's Chris Harris wasn't going to turn down the opportunity to hoon a 740-horsepower prancing horse around the scenic Anglesey Circuit in Wales.
In fact, not only was Ferrari nice enough to loan Harris the F12, but it threw in an extra four sets of tires, just for him to destroy while taking moving pictures. The resulting video is indeed one to watch, not just because of the ample amounts of slow-motion drifting, but because Harris, as always, does a great job of making the viewer feel like they're actually along for the ride. Take a look below for the latest video from Drive.