This manual 360 Modena is a rare beauty!

Around 20 years ago, when the Ferrari 360 Modena was introduced, the Italians delivered both manual and F1 transmissions. The majority wanted to feel like a Formula 1 driver, so many clients purchased the car with the F1 transmission. Nowadays, manual Ferraris are very popular and because of the rarity they are often more expensive than their siblings with the F1 transmission. Bodie Hage, owner of Real Art On Wheels, took us out in the car to shoot a video […]

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VIDEO: The 430 Scuderia is a beast in its natural habitat!

Mondays aren’t that bad after all. I got to spent mine at the notorious F1 track Spa-Francorchamps with a 430 Scuderia. I, sadly, couldn’t drive the car myself, but what a hell of an experience this was! Check out the video we shot at the bottom of this article as well. Waking up early might not be my favorite thing to do, but I just couldn’t refuse my friends’ invite to a track day at Spa-Francorchamps with his 430 Scuderia. […]

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Is the F50 the ultimate Ferrari?

Just like Enzo Ferrari himself, I also fell in love the moment I heard a V12. The rawness, the high tunes and the fact that it was used in the F1 cars for a very long time make this my favourite engine! Ferrari and Formula 1 have an incredible history together; it’s the oldest and most successful team with over 220 GP victories in the championship since 1950. That’s why it comes as a surprise the F50 wasn’t always loved […]

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My absolute dream: shotgun in the F40!

The title might be a little dramatic, but the F40 has always been my favorite car. I remember preferring my F40-based-toy-car over all the other ones when I was a little boy. To have been in one for a ride is, of course, beyond my wildest dreams! In an era where all cars are super technological and have all kinds of devices to keep the car on the road, it’s so much fun to go 30 years back in time […]

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Is this the best train-station-pick-up ever?

The last day of my stay in London was going to be the one I’d remember forever. I travelled to North London to meet up with @tipozerofourzero to have some fun in three of his cars, the first one being his F12tdf. He travelled over an hour into London to meet. I patiently waited at the train station until @tipozerofourzero arrived in his F12tdf, which is actually his homage to the #2689GT 250 GT SWB. ‘’I purchased a Ferrari magazine many years […]

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I got to drive this 430 Scuderia!

After the brief 458 Speciale ride together with Rajia Bibi I was really excited to experience what its predecessor, the 430 Scuderia, would be like. These cars were unquestionably not built to drive through a city like London, but they both handled traffic very well. I met up with @slowrabit1, also the owner of the 599 HGTE GTB I had a ride in just before the Scuderia. We drove to his underground garage to store his 599 and switch to […]

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Exploring London in a Ferrari 599 GTB!

When Ferrari presented the 599 GTB at the Geneva Motor Show in February 2006 the world was shocked. Its predecessor, the 575M Maranello, had a power output of just over 500 bhp, while this new V12-flagship car had 620 bhp. To this date, this is still one of the biggest improvements in the history of Ferrari! The owner (@slowrabit1) picked me up at Sloane Street. I saw him heading towards me and I waved to him just like anyone else […]

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There’s nothing quite like a classic V12 Ferrari!

When introduced in 1967, the Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 was the most luxurious car you could get from Maranello. Both power steering and air-conditioning where standard. Same counts for the electric windows and the interior lights. We had the opportunity to shoot our first YouTube video with this unique car. I have never met someone who’s so full of passion about cars as René, the owner of the 365 GT 2+2. He talked us through his experience of owning a […]

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California vs. California T… from the passenger side!

Ferrari shocked the world back in 2008 when they revealed the California. Enthusiast were not happy with a front-V8 engine grand tourer and it was often referred as the women’s Ferrari. But, almost ten years later the California became a serious car and big competitor for the Porsche 911 and the Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG. According to the stats the California T is a step up compared to the old California, but does it really live up to these expectations? I […]

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