• 70-years-of-Ferrari

    7 Cars that defined 7 decades of Ferrari

    There are and there were great sports cars in the world. But when you ask somebody whether he is a nobody or a superstar about a sports car only Ferrari will be on their lips. Almost every car Ferrari launched since its first Ferrari badge production car roll out in 1947 have become iconic. Although  its roots traces back to 1929 when Enzo formed the Scuderia Ferrari racing team. And it started business as Auto Avio Costruzioni founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939 headquartered in the facilities of the old Scuderia Ferrari in Modena. So its really hard to select any seven. My criteria is not to select best or popular or critically welcomed but that…

  • The Ferrari XX-K EVO Hypercar unveiled to commensurate Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary

    If to own a Ferrari is a privilege, then to possess an XX is a kind of apotheosis.These intriguing letters stand for the three Ferrari programmes dedicated to its most faithful customers who are lucky enough to drive cars produced in very limited numbers and exclusively for the track.The latest of these is the Ferrari XX-K Evo. The Launch Mugello – The Finali Mondiali provided the backdrop to the world premiere of the new FXX-K Evo which will be available both as an extremely limited-run model and as an upgrade package for the existing XX cars.This latest arrival marks a significant evolution of the XX programme launched in 2005. As…

  • Malaysian Grand Prix 2017-Red bull secure first double

     Since the last malaysian Grand Prix ,for the first time redbull has his both drivers on the podium.  Already F1’s youngest ever winner thanks to his victory in Barcelona last year, Max Verstappen’s second career win @ Malaysian Grand Prix was also the second youngest in history. At 20 years and one day, the Dutchman is still a year and 72 days younger than Sebastian Vettel was when he claimed his first victory at Monza in 2008.   After April in china it is his second podium finish of the season only. He had finished third in china. Qualifying third Verstappen started second on the grid as due to battery problem…

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