Ferrari President Luca Cordero di Montezemolo talks to CNN's Don Riddell about Ferrari's future in Formula One.
CNN's Jim Boulden talks to Ferrari chief Luca Montezemolo about the 2010 F1 season.
Given the ongoing state of the economy, hearing about automotive bargains may be cold comfort. But if you are in the position to pick up some new sheet metal, there has never been a better time.
Everyone has a dream: Inventing the next great vice. Running a corporation. Traveling into space. Me? I'm searching for a new one, having just had mine fulfilled: driving with Michael Schumacher.
Ferrari's president Luca di Montezemolo met with Pope Benedict XVI Monday and gave him a check for €950,000 ($1.1 million).
Sergio Marchionne, an independent member of Fiat's board and the chairman of Swiss chemicals group Lonza, is the front runner to take over as Fiat chief executive, a source familiar with the situation said Monday.
Among Ferrari's high-wattage rides are some in which the engine is on permanent display, cloaked in a fat panel of unbreakable glass like some priceless and untouchable work of art. Which, of cours...
When your only business objective is to create cars with world-class power and drop-dead looks, life is, as they say, beautiful. But when you also have to consistently outperform your previous work...
Let's be honest: the long bull run has left you damn well off, but the market's recent gyrations have made you question how much longer you can afford a full menu of top-tier treats. Let me give yo...
Beauty and passion, beauty and passion, beauty and passion. There. Now I won't have to keep repeating the Ferrari mantra.