This is a rare opportunity to buy a limited production Ferrari (one of 499). This car was special ordered in a beautiful special color, Rosso Fiorano. This is the only one in this color so it's actually one of one. Just look at the prices of limited production ferraris (ie 288gto, F40, F50, Enzo, 360 challenge stradale, 430 Scuderia, Scuderia 16m and 599gto) they are always increasing in value. The 430 Scuderia Spider 16m is one of those cars and this one is the nicest of all. You can always find these cars in Bright Red, Black, Yellow, White, but what sets this apart from all of those is this special color. I have never heard of another out of range (color) 16m other than this one. This is the car: Rosso Fiorano Paint (special ordered only one in this color) Black Alcantara Interior with Red Stitching and Seat Under material Factory Black and Silver Stripe Factory Radio with Navigation and iPod cable Silver Calipers White Tach Full carbon package RSC Exhaust (factory also with car) New Michelin Pilot Super Sports Lightly Tinted Windows Clear Bra Nothing Repainted. All Books, Keys, Tools, Etc. No Track Time This car is one of 499 made, Dont miss your chance. Questions call (503)731-9919 Craig
2009 - Ferrari 430 on 2040-cars
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It's been four weeks since we last saw a Formula One race, when Lewis Hamilton improbably put his Mercedes-AMG Petronas in P1 in Hungary. Even more improbably, he held onto the first spot at the finish of the race, ahead of Kimi Räikkönen in the Lotus and Sebastian Vettel in the Infiniti Red Bull.
Resuming the season at Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps circuit this weekend, Hamilton picked up his recent - and just as improbable - pole-setting form by putting the Mercedes in P1 for the fourth time in a row. The effort came during a qualifying session visited by intermittent rains and dry spells, his 54th trip to the front of the pack, tying Niki Lauda.
But neither the fireworks and surprises, the mid-field full of backmarkers, nor the tire strategies and timing choices changed the mission for the drivers in with a chance at the title: finish in front of Vettel.
Do you know what today is? Well, besides being the anniversary of the signing of the Louisiana Purchase (thanks France!), Consumer Protection Day in Thailand and Michael Waltrip's birthday, April 30 marks the expiration of the first of two embargoes on the Ferrari LaFerrari.
That means you're probably going to see quite a bit on Ferrari's hypercar in the coming days. One of the first things we've stumbled across is this video from our friends at Top Gear. Now, this isn't Jeremy, James and Richard playing with the ultra-powerful hybrid (although it's probably only a matter of time before the LaFerrari arrives at Dunsfold), it's the TG magazine crew. It's best to think of the Top Gear video as an appetizer, though.
The main course comes from Evo, which has a far lengthier and more detailed spot, running a full 10 minutes of fun. Dickie Meaden samples the 900-plus-horsepower monster on both the Italian roads and the Fiorano test track. We won't spoil the outcome, so be sure to take a look below for both videos.
From recent spy shots to leaked information, we're starting to get a good idea about just how amazing the unnamed successor to the Ferrari Enzo will be, but now we've finally gotten to see some video of the car testing at the Fiorano Circuit in Italy. This video not only gives us an earful of the car's screaming engine and rumbling exhaust note, it also affords us a view of the car without its fish-face camouflage that it has been caught wearing recently.
The video shows the new supercar testing around the 12-turn, 1.877-mile track with an Enzo, and it is interesting to hear the differences between the 651-horsepower Enzo and its reportedly 950-hp hybrid successor. Scroll down to watch the newest Ferrari going through some track testing, and be sure to turn your speakers up.