Ferrari FF Loud Startup
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Today I went to Limerock which is a race track in northwest Connecticut for
the Ferrari racing days. To my surprise they had the new Ferrari FF on
display. I happened to be at the booth when they needed to move it so I
got to hear it start. It is extremely loud thanks to the 599 GTO parts
that trickeled down into this car. The Ferrari FF is incredible in person
and I am really looking forward to getting behind the wheel of one.
Stay tuned for in car footage from an extremely rare F40 LM on the track!
Ferrari FF - Hard acceleration and revving!!! very great sound 1080P*HD
Today we drove to the place where everything is born for Ferrari :
Maranello, a brilliant place to look and drive, so we spotted some of these
very exclusive brand new Ferrari FF's , it is not only a very stylish car,
but also a blinding quick one, so check out these accelerations and some
very nice loud revs of this 4x4 bella donna V12!!!!
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New Ferrrari FF drift on snow Official [HD] (Option Auto News)
Maranello, 2 February 2012 -- What happens when a former World Rally
Champion gets behind the wheel of an FF for a challenge on a forest track
completely covered in snow? This exceptional event was captured on camera
of Ferrari.com, who followed this very special day for Markku Alen on the
Arjeplog track, in Northern Sweden, about 100 km South of the Artic Circle.
The track is probably the most challenging surface for Ferrari's latest
12-cylinder which features an innovative 4RM four-wheel drive system that
has fascinated the international press and clients, and was highly praised
by Markku, the Finnish ice track specialist and winner of the World Rally
Championship in 1978.
At temperatures between -15° and -30° Celsius on the steep inclines and
challenging corners of the 14km "Forest" track, Markku Alen was able to
test the FF to extremes, particularly the car's traction on surfaces with
extremely low grip. Thanks to the perfect weight distribution and the car's
mechanical set up, the FF again demonstrated its safety, stability and
performance, with Markku commenting that the FF is especially enjoyable to
drive, even for a former World Champion.