A Ferrari F50 is the latest car to be given the Tax the Rich treatment. That means all sorts of slow motion abuse that we generally can’t get enough of. And it’s precisely because of that we think this video, at just over 90 seconds, is way too brief.
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Over the last couple of weeks motoring journos have been putting their thoughts on the 445kW Ferrari 458 Speciale to video. We’ve grabbed three of them for you which should give you some idea of what this more extreme 458 is like. Jethro Bovingdon from Evo is first up and he starts by doing his […]
This video claims to feature Ferrari’s 2014 turbocharged V6 F1 engine being tested at the company’s Fiorano circuit. As you’ll hear the oncoming car sounds like it’s sucking up the road before a pleasantly aggressive exhaust note roars as the car whizzes by. Of course, that sucking sound could be the energy recovery system doing […]
The anonymous crusaders from Tax the Rich are back with this brief and very slow Ferrari Enzo video. It’s all the usual stuff, megabucks supercar being thrashed about some old farm buildings and muddy roads. And all filmed in super slow motion. Well, you would if you could!
Mark Webber’s Formula 1 career began with an Australian flag on the podium after his stellar debut with Minardi at the 2002 Australian Grand Prix. Twelve years later, after 217 grands prix have eclipsed, it ended in the same fashion at the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix. Of course, it would have been much better if […]
Following Mark Webber’s second place in the Brazilian Grand Prix here’s your last chance to read what the straight shooting Aussie had to say in one of his last official engagements with F1. Before you do, this is what Daniel Ricciardo had to say before he steps into Webber’s shoes at Red Bull. “The conditions […]
Sebastian Vettel’s record season has been capped with another victory. It’s his ninth win a row, the first time that’s ever been done in a calendar year, and it’s his thirteenth win of the season, which equals Michael Schumacher’s 2004 season. How crucial does that controversial Malaysian Grand Prix win look now? Off the line […]
Even in the face of heavy rain Sebastian Vettel cannot be stopped. He claimed his 45th career pole position and ninth for the year at the Brazilian Grand Prix this morning with a blistering lap (1:26.479), almost 0.7 seconds faster than Nico Rosberg (1:27.102) in P2. The final Q3 session was delayed for around 40 […]
A cashed-up Ferrari owner—is there any other kind—has used his own 458 Italia to create a personal tribute to Niki Lauda. Inspired by Rush and the livery of Niki Lauda’s F1 car from the era, the owner had his car prepared by Ferrari’s Tailor Made personalisation programme. The white roof and gold wheels are the […]
So it’s eight straight for Sebastian Vettel and with the chance of a record-equaling thirteenth win for the season on the cards in Sao Paulo next weekend we can forget any hopes of a consolation race victory handed to Mark Webber in his final Formula 1 appearance. Indeed, with Mark’s sometimes loose run with good […]
Nineteenth century composer Richard Wagner drives a Ferrari 288 GTO! Who knew? Thanks to the mysterious Tax the Rich gang we now have the video to prove it. [Thanks to Richard for the tip]
Another grand prix another stroll in the park for Sebastian Vettel. At least the photographers were given a tougher ride than Vettel at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, having to contend with twilight conditions before freezing the action under lights. We think you’ll agree they did a fine job, too.
The 12 points Fernando Alonso collected with his fourth place finish at the Japanese Grand Prix a couple of weeks back etched his name into Formula 1′s history books. It took his career points tally to 1571, five more than Michael Schumacher, and he now stands alone as the man with the most career points […]
“There’s nothing the world needs less, and there’s nothing I want more. Because it’s the best car of its type I’ve ever driven!” Yes, it’s safe to say Chris Harris—who is now clearly back in Ferrari’s good books—loves the F12 berlinetta. Oh, a big pat on the back for regular cameraman Neil Carey, too, this […]
The dude in the middle is Stefano Domenicali, the Scuderia Ferrari Team Principal. You probably knew that. But it’s unlikely you’ll recognise the other two. The guy on the left is Riccardo Verdelli and the bloke on the right is Gian Maria Lamberti. They’re a couple of regular Ferrari fans who’ve been sticking it to […]