Features

Driven

Fantastic Beasts 1

Fantastic Beasts

Ferrari and Lamborghini took very different approaches to their mid-1990s’ flagships—and both 12-cylinder machines still impress.

History

Expeditionary Force 1

Expeditionary Force

Enzo Ferrari sent four Grand Prix cars to contest the 1952 Indianapolis 500. We drive one of them.

Driven

Two Seats and a V12 1

Two Seats and a V12

We spend a day on track with three quintessential Prancing Horses.

Racing

Bloodline 1

Bloodline

Maranello never intended to race the 365 GTB/4, but privateer teams saw the potential built into every Ferrari and convinced the factory to change its mind.

Classics

British Invasion 1

British Invasion

Despite his many years racing Jaguars and Aston Martins, Graham Whitehead bought this 250 GT SWB for his final run at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Modified

Two-Pedal Blues 1

Two-Pedal Blues

Although Mike Pucciarelli liked his 575M, he wasn’t a fan of its F1 transmission—so he had the car converted to a stick-shift.

Classics

Eastern Promises 1

Eastern Promises

In the early 1990s, Honda introduced an all-new supercar that promised to beat the European establishment—including Ferrari.

Classics

Silver & Gold 1

Silver & Gold

Almost 50 years after it left the factory, this Dino still lives with its first owners.

Classics

Better Left Alone 1

Better Left Alone

Unrestored since it was purchased in 1967, this 250 GTO  now wears a picture-perfect patina.

History

Testa Rossa With a Twist 1

Testa Rossa With a Twist

In the early 1960s, two Swiss brothers built and raced their own Ferrari-based sports car. Today, that long-ago machine has been reborn.

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