A crack team of seasoned designers and engineers was behind the Cizeta-Moroder V16T's creation. We're talking the best of Italy; the very same men responsible for iconic sports cars such as the original Lamborghini Countach. In fact, more of Ferruccio Lamborghini's original crew schemed behind closed doors to create this bonafide successor to the Countach than there were those of them working at the Sant' Agata Bolognese plant after the Chrysler acquisition.
Tucked away just outside the M25 in the little town of Potters Bar resides Studio 434. Hailed as Europe's largest private car collection, it's home to almost 500 cars, estimated to be worth in excess of £40 million. Spread over five levels across two warehouses, the collection is still growing, but these aren't abandoned treasures locked away for no one to see.
Uber-rare vintage Ferraris are rarely spotted in the wild, more commonly coddled in museums or climate-controlled garages of the 0.1%. A stable full of them takes what for many is a once-in-a-lifetime event to a new level.
Such will be the display from Sept. 3 to Sept. 5 outside London on the grounds of Hampton Court Palace, the 16th century manse that later became the home of Henry VIII and the Tudor dynasty.
The unveiling of a plaque celebrating 60 years since BRM's victorious Formula 1 World Championship campaign was just one of the highlights of Shelsley Walsh's Classic Nostalgia, held between July 16 and 17, 2022.
Special guests for the plaque unveiling included members of the Owen family that backed BRM, former drivers Richard Attwood and Mike Wilds, and team members D*** Salmon and John Sismey.
Maserati has announced its entry into the limited-number, track-only hypermarket with the Project24, in the same week it announced its return to GT racing with the MC20 in the Fanatec GT2 European Series Championship in 2023.
Project24 – as it is currently codenamed – shares much of its mechanicals with the MC20, but its 90º twin-turbocharged Nettuno V6 engine has been wound up to 740bhp, while weight is pared back to 1250kg to provide a power-to-weight ratio of more than 500bhp per tonne. (Image: Maserati)