While all eyes are on Suzuka race weekend, the most exciting talk doing the rounds since last evening is Sebastian Vettel’s departure from Red Bull to join Ferrari. He replaces Fernando Alonso.
Ferrari 458 Speciale A (Aperta) limited edition special series celebrates 458′s success. Dedicated to 499 Ferrari collectors, 458 Speciale A is Ferrari’s most powerful spider combining extreme performance with the joy of drop-top driving.
Mercedes Benz’s magic body control cats garnered quite the fan following late last year. Jaguar chose to reply with their preference for cat-like reflexes. Now, there’s an answer on behalf of AvtoVAZ for Mercedes too, with Lada’s preference being cats dancing the dance.
Jonathan Hunt, a.k.a Jon Hunt, a British property entrepreneur, bought a Ferrari LaFerrari recently, which called for inspiring attention. He drove from London to Maranello to pick up his latest craze, along with two of his children and some friends, on his Ferrari collection that includes a GTO, an F40, an F50 and an Enzo!
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is now the parent company for all of Fiat’s subsidiaries, have unveiled their new sign board at Auburn Hills Head Quarters and announced their five year plan yesterday. Fiat – Chrysler merger was completed in January 21, 2014 and extensive growth plan among subsidiaries (Fiat, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Ferrari and Ram) have been on works since then. Yesterday’s all-day event brought the five year plan to light, shows potential to get in the same league asÂ Toyota Motor Corporation, Volkswagen Group and General Motors Company.
Reliability was a strong point for Ferrari in the first GP of 2014. And there is always room for improvement to see the new complex power unit work at its best.
Ferrari did finish its 1st GP of the season at Albert Park with points for both drivers with Fernando Alonso finishing 5th, and Kimi Raikkonen in 8th place. Nico Rosberg in the Mercedes won the race with Daniel Ricciardo in 2nd place for Red Bull, and Kevin Magnussen in 3rd place made his F1 debut today with McLaren. Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified as his car was found to have exceeded the max permitted fuel flow rate. The FIA announcement puts rookie Magnussen in 2nd place.