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The ultimate limousine for Ferrari fans

The typical limo is big, slow, bulky, and anything but sporty. But what if you could take the joy and prestige of riding in a Ferrari and combine it with the luxury of a limousine? The Ferrari limo comes from a company named Ferrari Limo Hire. It has drawn and quartered several Ferrari F360s and turned them into performance-oriented limousines that not only look the part, but they can play it too. We already told you about how one Ferrari limo was used in a Top Gear-themed wedding complete with a Stig-lookalike as the driver. Some say it's an atrocity, others say it's art! Which side of the fence do you fall on? Hit the jump and read more at Tampa Sports Car Examiner.

Ferrari F360 Limo

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Posted on: 2/10/2011 at 6:12 AM
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Ferrari F40 brings donuts to the golf course

Are you tired of the same boring golf cart when playing a few holes? Next time you decide to swing the clubs with your friends, bring the Ferrari along for a few donuts! Caught on video at an exotic car meet, a pristine Ferrari F40 added a little flavor to the boring Bermuda. It’s simply stunning that, even when doing something as grotesque as a donut, the Ferrari still pulls it off with timeless class. A few rips on the throttle and this elite social event turned into a scene of chaos from Caddyshack. Even the bad-boy Lamborghinis could do nothing but get out of the way of the elite Ferrari. Surprisingly enough, the grass was resilient against the spinning tires of the renowned Italian exotic. Hit the jump to see and read more about the Ferrari that strikes fear in all greenskeepers.

Ferrari F40 donuts

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/9/2011 at 6:50 AM
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Yes, the Rolls-Royce Ghost CAN drift!

Most will say that drifting a Rolls-Royce is impossible, absurd, and simply offensive to the brand. The reality is quite contrary, as watching the Rolls-Royce Ghost slide around a corner is a beautiful display of the car’s top-shelf performance capabilities. Powered by a 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 that that can put down an impressive 575 lb-ft of torque, the Rolls-Royce Ghost, although extremely heavy at nearly 5,400 pounds, is powerful enough to induce an everlasting drift. Are you ready to see $250,000 sliding around a track? If you think you can handle it, hit the jump to read more and check out the video!

Rolls-Royce Ghost Drifting

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/9/2011 at 6:29 AM
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New pictures of Ferrari 458 Italia crash released

Thanks to the quick photography skills of James Worley, detailed images of the "Ferrari crash heard around the world" were released as a follow up to the insanely viral video we posted last week. Like a nightmare straight out of wreckedexotics.com, these images are something that all new Ferrari owners fear. With less than 500 miles on the 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia, the car’s resale value has been handed down a death sentence after being crushed by a Ford F150. By looking at the picture below, one cannot help to question just how exactly a Ford trucks ends up on a Ferrari’s front lid. Read several witness accounts and check out the complete slide show of the accident after the jump!

Ferrari 458 Italia Crash

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/7/2011 at 4:14 AM
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Video: 224-mph BMW M5 Hurricane RS by G-Power

Sure, your BMW is fast, but is it G-Power fast? If you cannot blast through the 200-mph mark while planted firmly in your seat, your BMW is not G-Power fast! Thanks to the engineers over at G-Power, they have developed a performance package called the "Hurricane" which makes use of a twin-supercharged forced-induction system to create over 700 hp. Watch the video after the jump and check out a ride on the wild side as the G-Power M5 tempts fate through the peril straights of a dark Autobahn.

G-Power M5 Hurricane RS

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/7/2011 at 3:48 AM
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Underground Racing twin-turbo Gallardos on highway

Underground Racing is very familiar with turbocharging, as they find it a great way to turn your exotic into an all-out rocket with power levels in excess of 1,000 hp. The neat thing about this video is how these two demons of speed go from idling down the highway to blasting into the unknown almost instantly! Check out more exciting Lamborghini content at Tampa Sports Car Examiner!

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/3/2011 at 3:39 AM
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Nürburgring racing tips

If you are thinking about taking a spin around the world's most intense track, you might want to take a lesson from a pro before tempting Lady Luck. This video is an excellent visual aid, featuring commentary from Professional Driver Sascha Maassen as he pilots a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup around "the Ring" as quickly as possible. Known appropriately as “the Green Hell,” Nürburgring contains 33 left turns and 44 to the right combined with hills, uneven pavement, and more. Nürburgring is viewed by many as one of the ultimate tests for both driver and machine. Do you think you are ready? Check out more Nürburgring excitement at Tampa Sports Car Examiner.

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/3/2011 at 3:34 AM
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Corvette Stingray concept replica gone wrong

The Corvette Stingray concept gained legendary status after its appearance in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Beautiful lines, aggressive features, and Corvette heritage are all present within the car’s modern design. Unfortunately, a feeble attempt by Z and M Customs to replicate this automotive phenomenon has only brought us misplaced lines and almost burlesque features. We guess if it’s a foggy day and this thing passes you on the interstate going the opposite direction, you might think it's the Stingray concept. Read more about the Corvette Stingray replica gone wrong at Tampa Sports Car Examiner.

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/2/2011 at 3:44 AM
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Ferrari 458 Italia crushed by Ford F-150

Thanks to the quick camera skills of YouTube user “JamesWorley,” we have a front row seat of the worst Ferrari accident so far this year. The video comes from Brandon, Florida, and shows a beautiful 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia pinned under the front tire of a Ford F-150. Purchased by a local CEO just a week prior to the accident, this beautiful Italian exotic covered only 500 miles of asphalt before requiring a trip to the Ferrari body shop. The cost of repairs is currently being calculated; a follow up article with an interview from the owner of the Ferrari is coming soon. Check back often for updates! Read more about the Ferrari crash heard around the world at Tampa Sports Car Examiner.

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Posted by: Michael Berenis
Posted on: 2/2/2011 at 3:36 AM
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