Automotive journalism isn’t easy, and it’s tough to get a flying start. We cannot all be Jeremy Clarkson or Chris Harris. You are not typically able to gain access to supercars and higher end vehicles until you prove you can influence others through your words. When you are first starting out, you pretty much say…
Fantastic evening out here in the San Francisco Bay.
I haven’t the time to watch yet, but HNNNGGGGGG GIB
Well, it would be wouldn’t it? The 812 Superfast is their latest two seater v12. Despite the name it’s not an 8 litre 12 but a mere 6.5 l.
Photos were shot on a Nikon D3000 from the June Sarasota Cars and Coffee. More photos to follow soon!
It’s my birthday tomorrow so I decided to be a douche and hit the nightlife with the Ferrari.
In bright sunlight the red actually stings my eyes.
Buddy sent me this the other day and it’s extremely accurate. Also never seen a Berlinetta in real life so im jealous.
For a thing. But not a VW Thing. After the Jump
Highlights from a drive/cruise/meet with five other F355s (and about twenty other cars).
Took some time to explore the former gravel quarry after which the park is named. There’s still some original equipment lying around, such as rail car wheels and some processing machinery. Some of the remnants have been repurposed as picnic chairs and fire pits.
Less talking, more pics. I had to cut out early for family stuff, so the driving itself wasn’t as much of an event as the fact that So. Many. F355s. Were. Gathered. Together. We must have set a record for 2017.
Ferrari engine!! Squee!!! Being put together by the owner of Blackbird Fabworx, Moti. I’m PUMPED to see this. Moti is a highly regarded fabricator, but beyond that he is very competitive in racing, from supermiata, to tons of other formats I know little about. As in taking podium most years. And providing support to…
Some of the uncomfortable but gorgeous residents of the garage
...to get the garbage bins through.
Today in WTF news, Italian authorities have busted a plot to steal Enzo Ferrari’s body. Yes, you read that right. Reports after the jump:
My lil USDM FiST outside the Ferrari Factory in Italy.
Had a nice little drive with my friend and his 991 Carrera GTS. Ended up in downtown Palo Alto for tea.
The Brothers Brick always delivers the coolest Lego creations I’ve ever seen. Just check this mind-boggling 36,000 pieces Ferrari dealership built by Ryan Link! Just the building alone has 23k pieces, the transporter truck 5k and the four Ferraris used 8k pieces!