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We must spend less, say Ferrari

Ferrari, once the highest-spending team in Formula 1, have called for cost controls to ensure that the way in which the sport is run reflects the world's economic situation.

Mark Cavendish sees red over Ferrari crash

A spectacular last-kilometre crash in the Giro d'Italia yesterday left Mark Cavendish to finish the stage battered and bleeding. Race leader Taylor Phinney crossed the line in an ambulance.

The Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari opens in Modena

A new Enzo Ferrari birthplace museum opened this week in Modena in Italy. The Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari stands on the site of the house in which Ferrari was born in 1898, and celebrates not only his long life and many achievements, but also the remarkable central role of his home town in the development of the Italian motor industry.

Volkswagen Beetle

In its latest reinvention, its third – all the cartoon aspects of the previous VW have been replaced

Lancia Ypsilon

It may have a bewilidering family tree, but the new Ypsilon is still a likeable little car

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Maserati duo claim first ever GT1 world championship

The Vitaphone Maserati duo of Michael Bartels and Andrea Bertolini claimed the first ever GT1 world championship yesterday afternoon by finishing ahead of the Young Driver Aston Martin pair of Darren Turner and Tomas Enge.

Fiat 500 Twinair

Price: £10,665

Top speed: 108mph 0-62mph 11 seconds

Consumption: 68.9mpg

CO2 emissions: 95g/km

Best for: Economy twinned with enjoyment

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