Found this rather good video on you tube. One to turn the speakers up for
While Goodwood’s public parking lot might appear to be full of them, as Ferrari 365 GTB/4s are getting more and more expensive every year, many of these wonderful Pininfarina creations get turned into stationery garage queens. But not this one.
We have a full gallery of this brilliant two day classic car event in France's Champagne region on Drive Cult. A full event report to follow in due course.
Taken at Brooklands Museum. Few more pics from the Classic car show held there today here.
Driven by Phill Hill's Son Derek on a closed road. Nothing more to say other than turn the speakers up!!
In the car park at the Goodwood 72MM
After seeing heavy use during last year's balmy summer, the Daytona receives some mechanical attention over the winter.
My Daytona (one on the right) with an Enzo and another Daytona. Picture was taken at the Wilton House Ferrari owners club picnic in 2009.
Imagine the perfect autumn classic car gathering. You would want an eclectic mix of cars, from Mini Coopers and Beetles to Bugatti Type 35s and Ferrari 275GTBs. You would want to see these cars in motion – both on the track and on the road. You would want sympathetic weather and, of course, interesting people, with a…
Here's mine at the supermarket today
Being a big fan of classic Ferraris I often get asked on twitter if a Ferrari that they have seen is real or a replica? In the picture one of the cars is Ferrari 330 'GTO' chassis 4561 Sa and one isn't..... !
Once again the auctions during Monterey car week staged a contest between American house Gooding & Company and Canadian RM Auctions to see who would obtain the highest sale price of the week. Gooding has come out on top in the last few years but even with the second part of their sale not until tonight, they are…
From the recent Drive Cult archives we considered whether or not the Ferrari 400 deserves it's reputation as being a bit rubbish.
Here is the latest update on my Ferrari Daytona. For the complete series of blogs on the car (which has been in my family since 1974) click here.
Recounting the trip to Reims Gueux circuit with Octane Magazine