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Old 18-03-2009, 21:08
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Default Ferrari interview with Rossi

Taken from Ferrari Magazine #4
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Old 22-03-2009, 13:10
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Thank you very, very much. Great reading.
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Old 01-04-2009, 07:12
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Quite nice how they did this, and so fast!

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Old 07-04-2009, 18:30
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Quite nice how they did this, and so fast!

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Looks great, where was the video shot?
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Old 28-08-2009, 00:10
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Cool Esp. for 348 aficionados...

... here's a rave review from 1990 from the LA Times, that I just happened to stumble across: http://articles.latimes.com/1990-07-...mance-art?pg=0

Clearly, I prefer my 328 to any 348 (), but this piece does make a hell of a case for the latter. Also, in general, it's cool to get a whiff of the late 80s/early 90s Ferrari craze, with prices soaring and wait lists blowing out of proportion for quite a few models of the era.

Anyway, you be the judge, but most of all... ENJOY!

PS please note that this article stretches out over some 5 pages, so do read beyond the annoying Google ads and press <<next page>> at the bottom of each page
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Old 19-11-2009, 16:55
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Smile pictures of Stabilimenti Farina Ferrari 212

hello
i am looking forr pictures of
Stabilimenti Farina Ferrari 212 Inter Berlinetta #0107ES

front back inside and motor

who can help me
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Old 22-11-2009, 18:07
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there probably aren't any.....
First and only official owner Marzotto brothers....

At first I thought about the Uovo, which is chassis nr. 024
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Old 23-11-2009, 13:43
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hello
i am looking forr pictures of
Stabilimenti Farina Ferrari 212 Inter Berlinetta #0107ES

front back inside and motor

who can help me
I only have this picture of the 0107ES.
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Old 03-12-2009, 18:23
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Default The First Victory F 458 Italia !

Ferrari 458 Italia receives prestigious BBC Top Gear Magazine

“Car of the Year” and “Supercar of the Year” Awards .

I look forward to she´s racing career

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Old 22-01-2010, 10:44
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Hi all Ferraristi i am back on F-Chat.eu
Hallo liebe Ferrari Ich bin zurück bei F-Chat.eu

Maranellored-Christoph Joos 79215 Elzach/Germany
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Old 22-01-2010, 11:06
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Welcome back Christoph!
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Old 22-01-2010, 20:11
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Hi Christoph, welcome back. Good re-introduction with beautiful pictures. Thanks!
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Old 27-01-2010, 09:04
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Default A tuned-up Ferrari Enzo: for those who thought the original a bit tame




THE FERRARI FXX Evolution is the ultimate track car. But the problem is Ferrari keeps them on the circuit, under lock and key. So even paying €1.5 million and joining this most exclusive club doesn’t mean you can take it home to impress your friends.
Unless you take a base Enzo and build your own, which is precisely what Edo Karabegovic has done for partner and Canadian importer Zahir Rana. As Christmas presents go, it’s right up there with the best of them.
The Edo Competition Enzo XX Evolution waits inside his Ahlen firm, the end result of months of work and glorious in the less familiar yellow finish. This is the Enzo taken to the absolute limit and it should soon become the fastest road-going Ferrari in the world when it goes beyond 390km/h with the timing gear attached. Considering the speeds Edo himself has achieved on the Autobahn late at night, it could be even faster than that and don’t be too surprised if this joins the Bugatti Veyron in the 400km/h-plus club before too long.
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As Edo fires up the now 6.3-litre V12, the explosion of noise is so utterly, ear-splitting obscene that the police stop by to take a look and somewhere a kid starts to cry. And that’s at idle. When I roll on to the industrial estate’s outer road the car barks with every touch of the throttle and pulsates with racing tech and latent power.
The Enzo is a racing car softened for the road, that’s how Ferrari built it, the Maserati MC12 was built on the same platform and that was a ground-up racer, but the Enzo was carefully considered, the edges were filed down, the spikes capped with cork. Edo, though, has thrown all that moderation in the bin and gone back to raw, race car brutality.
I flatten the throttle for the few seconds it takes for the first straight to disappear, it is an epiphany. There is a jolt, a shimmy from the rear as the tyres find traction on the cold, wet tarmac and then the car bolts forward like the lever in the rifle and just arrives at the braking zone. It demolishes straights with the same verve as the Bugatti Veyron and will rev all the way to a window smashing 9,600rpm.
The new Enzo XX comes with 840bhp and 779Nm of torque to play with, and a new triple plate clutch that Edo designed himself and can take full bore starts all day long.
It breaks 100km/h in 3.2 seconds, 200km/h in nine seconds and 300km/h in 19 seconds, on a dry day and an open road. Even here, in this windswept and wet corner of Germany, the sheer insanity of the acceleration leaves an indelible impression as cars and buildings turn into instant blurs with a squeeze of the right pedal. This car has Veyron pace, although it will be a little trickier on the limit.
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Old 27-01-2010, 19:50
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Default Fabrizio Violati passed away !

I just heard today that the great Ferrari and Abarth enthusiast and driver Fabrizio Violati has died in San Marino.

Fabrizio owned the Maranello Rosso Collection in a custom built building on the outskirts of San Marino with his collection of forty Ferraris on one floor and a similar collection of 40 Abarths on another.
He was a great character always puffing at his Italian cigars. When he was in his late teens he used to do all sorts of tricks with his Vespa scooter and one day a friend photographed him doing his speciality which was to Evel Kinevel ramp jump on the Vespa where he managed about ten wine barrels. The friend sent a copy to Vespa and as a result Fabrizio became a "works" rider for Vespa in races and trials. When he changed to cars he began to race an OSCA Coupe and then various Ferraris including his GTO , a 250GT SWB which he adored and the unique BBLM Ferrari that he got engineer Palanca to restyle. Palanca was the aerodynamicist who did the aerodynamics on the Fiat aircraft that won the Schneider trophy. All these cars are in his museum but downstairs his 40 Abarths include some very rare ones including the "Periscopio" with its high airbox and every size of Abarth from 500's to 500, 600 and 750 Zagatos, 2 litre and 3 litre models. A veritable treasure trove if you are into Abarths.
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Old 27-01-2010, 20:50
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Very sad to hear this news. I have been to the collection in 1997 (the old building) It would be a great tribute if the Maranello Rosso-museum and collection stays like it is at this moment.
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Hello!
Just signed up here.
I'm happy to have found this Europe specific F forum, and am hoping to connect with likeminded entusiasts to gain and provide knowledge about our passion.

With best regards,

Anders
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Old 08-02-2015, 10:07
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Hi Anders, welcome. I just came back from Sweden. Have been driving (drifting) on a big frozen lake over there. And no, not with my F :-).
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