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Highlights From Geneva

Geneva, 1 March – Since the Geneva Show first opened its doors early this morning, it has been one of the most photographed cars at the entire event. Even when still draped in the traditional red wraps, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso attracted more curiosity than any other car at the show. Then at 11.15 precisely, the presentation ceremony began and the crowd in front of the Prancing Horse swelled to throng as the flash bulbs popped…Ferrari California T HS

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Off to the Races



The Ferrari Challenge of North America is officially underway.  This past weekend, Daytona
International Speedway hosted the first event in the circuit.
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Remembering the Maserati Boomerang


Some cars get everything right: the exterior, the interior, the sound, the passion. This is why you are a Maserati fan, because these things are important to you. I’d like to take a moment to look back at a concept car that never went into production. It is the 1971/72 Maserati Boomerang.

 

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Maserati MC12 Corsa spotted in Carmel, California



The Maserati MC12 was manufactured so Maserati could compete in the FIA GT Championship and was the symbol of Maserati's return to racing after 37 years. Twenty-five of these vehicles were made in 2004 and twenty-five more in 2005. The MC12 Corsa rests on a Enzo Ferrari chassis but is much larger/longer/wider than the Enzo and is slightly slower overall, if you can call a 205 mph top speed slow.

Originally designated…
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