2006 Ferrari F430 - 4 owner car - 18,300 miles No stories excellent condition vehicle with the following options and condition: Power Daytona seats - both seats are in excellent condition - no bolster wear Power tinted Windows Full tan Leather interior - including rear shelf headliner all stitched in black thread - no stains, discoloration, or shrinkage Park assist sensors front and back Carbon interior package Full clear bra on entire front end of the car AC - Perfectly cold Ferrari Hi fi sound system 2 sets of keys Ferrari fitted 430 car cover All books and service records Complete tool kit All services up to date including recent oil service Headers replaced 2013 Rims and tires excellent condition - no curb rash and the tread is at least a min of half left - Potenza RE 11 Exterior is in excellent Rossa Corsa Interior tan leather with black rugs, custom leather logo floor mats diamond stitching Factory Ferrari logo badges on fenders Yellow brake calipers - new brake pads 2013 Ferrari logo Valve caps Clean car fax title is in hand Purchased CPO from local Ferrari dealership November 2013 Last clutch reading was 78 June 2014
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Auto blogTue, 19 Mar 2013 15:30:00 EST
Justice is slowly being served to those drivers who were involved in a 10-car pile up in Japan last year that saw eight Ferrari models, one Lamborghini and three Mercedes-Benz vehicles hauled off for scrap. As you may recall, the lead driver lost control of his machine, pin balling into those following behind and doing some $4 million in damage in the process. Now the 61-year-old lead driver and nine others have had their cases sent to prosecutors.
The group are currently being charged with suspicion of violating traffic laws. We'll take a moment to wait for the laughter to die down before continuing.
Prosecutors claim the drivers were exceeding the speed limit and not paying attention to the road when the incident happened. Six people were injured in the dust up, but everyone survived. The group was on their way to a supercar event in Hiroshima. Feel free to watch the original news reports below.
Changeable. Each commentator will use that word at least 6,072 times over the Belgian Formula One
Grand Prix weekend. It is almost always applied to the weather, because the Spa-Francorchamps Circuit - perhaps all of Belgium - resides in some sort of climatological Narnia, its ADD skies totally unable to settle on a reliable behavior.
A dry Friday turned into a thoroughly wet qualifying on Saturday. When Q3 had done, Nico Rosberg would line up on pole position for the fourth race in a row for Mercedes AMG Petronas, after teammate Lewis Hamilton had another brake problem, this time glazing on one of the discs. Infiniti Red Bull Racing engineered a low-downforce setup and Sebastian Vettel took the best advantage, lining up third and making us wonder if the magic was back. Fernando Alonso drove the first Ferrari to fourth, the Spaniard saying he thought a podium was possible. Daniel Ricciardo put the second Infiniti Red Bull Racing in fifth, Valtteri Bottas behind him in the first Williams, then Kimi Räikkönen in the second Ferrari, Felipe Massa in the second Williams and Jenson Button in the sole McLaren in the top ten.
There were rain and wind and sun, sometimes all at once. There was the Wall of Champions. There was nothing happening in first place and nothing happening back in sixth during the race, but everywhere else - from the time the weekend began - it was surprises, passes, spins, more passing, flying carbon fiber and finally a couple more last-minute surprises. The Canadian Formula One Grand Prix was a proper race for all the right reasons... well, except for the part where the crowd booed the winner.