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Hublot's LaFerrari Watch Complements the Car You Can't Afford

Is there any greater social faux pas than showing up to a social event in a hybrid super car worth just shy of £1m, without a matching timepiece on your wrist? Thankfully those who took a leap of faith and pre-ordered the new LaFerrari supercar can now breath a sigh of relief as Hublot has revealed the complementing MP-05 "LaFerrari' watch that's a mechanical masterpiece in its own right. Read More >>

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This is the Ferrari F1 Simulator Alonso Uses to Practice

When you think of the best of F1 drivers, you kind of assume that their prowess on the track is god-given, and while you might be right to some extent, they certainly practice, a lot. This is the very simulator that Ferrari built for Fernando Alonso, and apparently it can even be programmed to teach him new tricks. Read More >>

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Watch the Evolution of the Incredible Ferrari Hypercar

With the launch of the awesome-yet-horrendously-named LaFerrari, the Italian lust-machine maker is pulling out all the stops to make sure you know where its latest beast has come from. If it were human, the LaFerrari would have incredible genes. I mean, just look at its parentage, from the 288 GTO through the F40, F50 and Enzo. All incredible cars. Read More >>

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This is the Brand New LaFerrari, the Worst Named Hypercar Ever

No, that's not a typo, Ferrari's new V12, sub-three-second hypercar is called LaFerrari. It's a hybrid, made entirely out of carbon fibre, and packs 949bhp to annihilate people at the lights. Boy does it sound good, it's just a shame you'll never be able to refer to it by its name without laughing, or crying, into your beer. Read More >>

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Apple's iCloud Chief Jumps On the Board of Ferrari

Eddy Cue, Apple's head of Internet software and services, just joined the board of Ferrari, which could mean that Apple's cozying up to the auto manufacturer in hopes of creating products and services for cars. It's not too surprising that Apple would be trying to get more mileage out of products like iCloud and iOS by incorporating them into cars, but it's hard to make much out of the announcement. We'll have to wait and see what evil genius Cupertino's got planned. Here's hoping it can unsuckify your in car infotainment system. [MarketWatch via Apple Insider] Read More >>

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Ferrari Driver's No Claims Bonus Survives High Speed Track Spin

This video shows the moment a Ferrari driver spun out on a race track, before miraculously saving himself, and his posh red car, in a rather worrying high-speed incident. Read More >>

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Ferrari Decides It'd Be a Great Idea to Do Donuts On the Top of a 600-Year-Old Chinese Monument

I'm not quite sure what the world famous Italian sports car manufacturer was thinking, but even I could work out that doing donuts on top of an ancient Chinese monument isn't going to go down all that well. It's not like the showboaters just drove up there either; they had to winch a 458 all the way up on top of the wall before performing the "damaging acts". Read More >>

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This Might Look Like a Ferrari, But It Doesn't Quite Go as Fast (and You Might Actually Be Able to Afford It)

So, the clever blokes who clearly demonstrated that they have far too much time on their hands with the aluminium-foiled, pedal-powered Porsche 911, have decided to take it a step further by unleashing a bicycle powered Ferrari FXX-clone onto the unsuspecting world. Read More >>

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The Fastest Ferrari Ever Made Is Truly Lust-Worthy

There aren’t many cars that make better bedroom poster fodder than Ferrari’s. The Italian supercar maker has just busted out the fastest Ferrari to date. The F12berlinetta packs a new generation, 6.3-litre 730HP V12 engine and a dual-clutch gear box straight out of F1 – this thing will be an absolute beast doing 0-62mph in just 3.1-freaking-seconds, and it doesn’t look half bad either. Read More >>

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Ferrari Revs Up Logic3 For Headphones and Speaker Docks

Lamborghini isn’t the only Italian sports car manufacturer to fancy a slice of the consumer electronics market -- Ferrari has teamed up with Logic3, the long-time PC accessory and speaker manufacturer, to create a series heaphones and speaker docks. Read More >>

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Massive Supercar Smash-Up in Japan is Probably the World's Most Expensive Car Crash

What do you get when you combine a bunch of Ferraris, a Lamborghini Diablo, a Mercedes CL600, a Nissan GT-R and a Prius on a windy Japanese road? One hell of an insurance claim, that's what. Read More >>

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