On February 6th 1967, Ferrari pulled off one of the most spectacular feats in its entire history when it took the top three places at the 24 Hours of Daytona in the first round of that year’s International World Sports Car Championship. The three cars that shot past the chequered flag in that legendary side-by-side finish on Ford’s home turf – in first place a 330 P3/4, in second a 330 P4 and in third a 412 P – represented the pinnacle of development of the Ferrari 330 P3, a model that chief engineer Mauro Forghieri had significantly improved. The name of the new Icona evokes that legendary 1-2-3 finish and pays homage to the Ferrari sports prototypes that helped earn the marque its unparalleled motor sport status. The Daytona SP3, presented today at the Mugello Circuit during the 2021 Ferrari Finali Mondiali, is a limited edition that joins the Icona series which debuted in 2018 with the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2.
U.S. auto safety investigators have opened a new probe into 30 million vehicles built by nearly two dozen automakers with potentially defective Takata airbag inflators, a government document seen by Reuters on Sunday showed. The new investigation includes vehicles assembled by Honda, Ford, Toyota, General Motors, Nissan, Subaru, Tesla, Ferrari, Mazda, Daimler, BMW, Chrysler (Stellantis), Porsche, Jaguar and others.
NOVITEC design and performance for the Ferrari F8 Spider Carbon, forged wheels and engine tuning to 590 kW / 802 hp and 2.6 seconds to 100 km/h and top speed over 340 km/h. A sporty designer outfit made from lightweight yet high-strength naked carbon and tailor-made wheels up to 22 inches in diameter on the rear axle make the open-top sports car even more exceptional.
For some years now, NOVITEC has been building spectacular super sports cars under the N-LARGO label for automotive connoisseurs around the world. The latest oeuvre of the German refinement specialist is a drop-top twelve-cylinder fireball in a class of its own based on the Ferrari 812 GTS, which the company builds in a limited edition of just 18 cars.
The Ferrari SF 90 Stradale Assetto Fiorano has set the fastest lap recorded by a production car at the 2.439-mile Indianapolis Motorspeedway road course, lapping the circuit at an impressive 1:29.625 seconds at a maximum speed of 174.6 mph to set this time.
Scuderia Ferrari gave itself a present for its 90th birthday – the new SF90 Stradale. What is more: with a combination of internal combustion engine and three electric motors, the Scuderia also elevates the concept of a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle to the level of full-blooded super sports cars. NOVITEC is the world’s leading refinement specialist for the powerful sports cars from Maranello and naturally also took on the challenge now of making the SF90 Stradale even more dynamic and exclusive.
NOVITEC N-LARGO is the label under which NOVITEC creates spectacular limited-edition widebody versions for the world’s most exclusive sports cars. The latest member of this elite family is a high-performance two-seater based on the Ferrari F8 Tributo, which is built in a limited edition of just 15 vehicles.
The 296 GTB, the latest evolution of Maranello’s mid-rear-engined two-seater berlinetta, was premiered today during an online event broadcast on Ferrari’s social media and web channels. The 296 GTB redefines the whole concept of fun behind the wheel, guaranteeing pure emotions not just when pushing the car to its limits, but also in day-to-day driving situations.
The Ferrari 812 Competizione, the new limited-edition special series car derived from the 812 Superfast, was presented in a world premiere. In the course of the event, which was broadcast live on Ferrari’s social media channels, the wraps were also whipped off the Ferrari 812 Competizionea, a spectacular Targa-top version, again a limited-series and an homage to the Prancing Horse’s glorious open-top tradition.
NOVITEC modifies the Ferrari 812 GTS with sporty carbon designer outfit and hi-tech forged wheels and a power increase to 618 kW / 840 hp, and a top speed of 345 km/h.