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  • Classic Ferrari GTO sold at record price

    A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sets new world record for the most expensive car in an auction at RM Sotheby's annual Monterey collector car sale, reports CNN.

  • Alonso hints at McLaren exit after nightmare test

    Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso ruled out retiring until he is handed a competitive car as his beleaguered McLaren-Honda suffered more reliability problems to end pre-season testing.

  • Golden oldie Massa fastest in second test

    Williams ace Felipe Massa upstaged former world champions Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel on the first day of Formula One's second pre-season test in Barcelona on Tuesday.

  • Raikkonen makes splash as Hamilton sits tight

    Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen posted the fastest time on a track artificially soaked to test wet conditions as Lewis Hamilton's first week of testing fizzled to a premature end on Thursday.

  • Hamilton's 'beast' pips Vettel in first-day testing

    Lewis Hamilton fired a warning to his title rivals on Monday pipping Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel on the opening day of pre-season testing in Barcelona in his "beast" of a Mercedes.

  • All change for F1 as billion-dollar deal looms

    A new chapter dawns for Formula One with American media mogul John Malone poised to become the glittering but flawed sporting jewel's new custodian.

  • Rosberg takes pole at Germany

    Nico Rosberg sets a scorching pace under pressure on Saturday to seize pole position, ahead of Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton, in qualifying for his home German Formula One Grand Prix.

  • Button cleared to race after eye check-up

    Jenson Button is fit to drive in the German Formula One Grand Prix following a visit to hospital for a precautionary check-up after a piece of carbon dust lodged in his eye during practice on Friday.

  • Uphill, sweaty battle for Lewis at Hungary

    Lewis Hamilton faces a demanding and sweaty battle with his championship-leading Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg and a potentially-rampant Red Bull team as he seeks a decisive victory at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

  • Button needs a competitive car to stay in F1

    Britain's Jenson Button, the most experienced driver on the Formula One starting grid, says he needs a competitive car if he is to stay in the sport for an 18th season.

  • Raikkonen to stay at Ferrari next year

    Ferrari end months of speculation on Friday when they confirm that their popular Finnish driver Kimi Raikkonen is to stay with the team next year.

  • Zagato’s greatest

    Zagato Milano started its journey in Milan in the 1910s with its founder, Uno Zagato, wanting to bring advanced construction and bodywork techniques from airplanes to automobiles. From the start, Zagato forged a highly successful alliance with Alfa Romeo, coachbuilding several models and taking on projects from the biggest names in European car-making. Over the course of their illustrious history, Zagato has built some of the most desirable machines ever. We take a look at their past catalogue.

  • Bburago Ferrari trending among Bangladeshi scalecar collectors

    We take a look at how Bburago is taking advantage of an exclusive Ferrari license to make scale models. Will they be better than Mattel's Hot Wheels was in the past?

  • Lewis Hamilton on pole position at Monza

    Lewis Hamilton eased to his 11th pole position in 12 races this year as he dominated qualifying at the Italian Grand Prix in his Mercedes.

  • F1 drivers demand end of tyre blow-outs

    Formula 1 drivers have demanded the end of tyre blow-outs after two dramatic failures at the Belgian Grand Prix.

  • Lewis Hamilton on pole for Belgian Grand Prix

    Lewis Hamilton delivers a flawless lap to claim his sixth consecutive pole position on Saturday when he dominated qualifying for Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.

  • Rosberg on top in opening F1 practice

    Nico Rosberg tops the times ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Friday morning’s opening free practice session for Belgian Grand Prix.

  • Ferrari week

    Last week, members of Die Cast Collectors Club Bangladesh showed off the Ferraris in their collections. A brilliant collection of classic

  • Ferrari Dino to return 40 years after the original’s launch

    Ferrari's new chairman, Sergio Marchionne, has confirmed that the rumors are true and it is indeed dusting off the Dino badge for an all-new V6 model.

  • BMW to pay homage to the 3.0CSL at Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este car show

    BMW has announced that its big concept car reveal for this year's event will be a modern-day interpretation of its formidable 3.0 CSL coupe of the 1970s.

  • Lewis Hamilton cruises to Chinese Grand Prix victory

    Lewis Hamilton takes a controlled victory for Mercedes in the Chinese Grand Prix as the Ferrari revival was stopped in its tracks in Shanghai.

  • Supercar showdown at Geneva

    Under the magnificently bright lights at the Geneva Auto Show, Europe's supercar playground, sat a whole bunch of breathtaking machines.