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Ferrari unveil 2011 challenger

Ferrari yesterday launched their new car, the F150, named in tribute to the fact that this year is the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy.

Four-seat Ferrari FF announced

FF stands for Ferrari Four, signifying that the car has four seats and four-wheel drive; it will be the Italian manufacturer's first 4x4.

Ferrari cast doubt on Rome Grand Prix

Ferrari have cast doubt on the prospects of a Rome Grand Prix by saying Italy, whose Monza circuit is one of Formula One's great venues, can only ever host one race a year.

Jules Bianchi named Ferrari test driver

Ferrari have confirmed Jules Bianchi will be their test driver for the 2011 season as support for Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa.

Could Britain throw a Tea Party as well?

The success of the US political movement has prompted talk of a domestic equivalent. The search is on for our Sarah Palin...

Media Lunch: Nick Ferrari, radio presenter

The venue: Little Italy in Soho is a great place, five minutes from where I work. It's a bit schizophrenic: it's a restaurant during the day and transforms into a bar that goes on until about 3 o'clock in the morning – but I'm never ever there that late because I have to get up so early to do my radio show.

Ferraris recalled over fire hazard

Ferrari has been forced to recall 1,200 of its supercars after reports emerged suggesting that a number of them had overheated and caught fire.

Fiat to sell Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari for £29,600

Emboldened by the good reception enjoyed by the sporty Abarth versions of its popular 500 model, Fiat is now gearing up to deliver 152 examples of a super-exclusive Ferrari branded variant to the UK market. The Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari will sell for £29,600.

Absolute radio host Geoff Lloyd wins commercial award

Absolute Radio host Geoff Lloyd was named presenter of the year at an awards event to honour the cream of commercial radio.

Ferrari boss issues rallying cry

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is demanding an immediate response from his struggling team this weekend.

Ferrari removes bar code design following subliminal advertising row

Ferrari began Friday practice for the Spanish Grand Prix without a controversial bar code design on its chassis, following suggestions it was subliminal advertising for Marlboro cigarettes.

Ferrari hit back in subliminal tobacco advertising row

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has slammed claims his team's cars carry subliminal tobacco advertising as "ridiculous".

Strong season in prospect for British GT

Reigning champion team Preci-Spark will be among the squads taking part in a two-day 'Balance of Performance' test at Silverstone later this month, ahead of the opening rounds of the 2010 Avon Tyres British GT Championship.

Argentine duo set for British GT campaign

An Anglo-Argentine team is targeting success in the Avon Tyres British GT Championship this season. Chad Racing will field the Ferrari 430 with which José Manuel Balbiani and Juan Garriz plan to fly the flag for Argentina in the 13-round championship.

The Week In Radio: Why Mr Angry wins the vote of confidence

In the final days, apparently, there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Well, we're nowhere near the final days of this election campaign, and we've already had the Prime Minister weeping on TV and Alastair Campbell being alarmingly upset. Radio doesn't do weeping, but it does gnashing of teeth very well and here Nick Ferrari, "The Man That Politicians Fear", is something of an expert. His LBC breakfast show gives us a taste of what politicians really face as they meet the voters on the doorstep and it's not a pretty sight. No wonder they cry.

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