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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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.
The World's Fastest Four-Passenger is Frickin' Fabulous
"I miss my mommy."
Those frightened words floated from the mouth of a five-year-old boy strapped snugly into a booster seat in the backseat of the Ferrari FF I was piloting. Moments earlier, his father had allowed me to take him, and his two brothers, for their first ride in a supercar, and I had apparently failed miserably.
Ferrari has managed to raise $1.5 million for victims of Hurricane Sandy during an auction in Austin, Texas for the very first F12 Berlinetta in the US. The funds will go to the American Red Cross and be earmarked for Hurricane Sandy relief. Ferrari started bidding on the F12 at $315,888, but the most powerful production model from the company fetched $1.125 million by the time the gavel fell through bids sourced both in person and over the phone. The company also managed to raise a further $345,000 in in-kind donations before the auction began, and donors gave an additional $50,000 during the event itself.
Ferrari debuted the F12 Berlinetta at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, and the company is set to deliver its first model to a US customer in the second quarter of 2013. The automaker reminds its fans that it is still possible to donate to the Hurricane Sandy relief fund by visiting a special Ferrari section of the American Red Cross page. You can take a closer look at the full press release below for more information.