Ferrari 430 Scuderia Sound & Fly by's ! 1080P HD
Again some footage's made at the Gran Turismo Event @ the Nordschleife. The video contains some vid's of accelerations, flyby's and start up's of the lovely Scuderia!. I hope you like this video, please rate, comment and subscribe :)
Ferrari 360 drifting ride-along. Supercar Sound Festival at Ebisu Circuit.
Alexi visits the 2015 Supercar Sound Festival at Ebisu Circuit and goes for a drift ride in the Arios Ferrari 360 Modena. Website: http://noriyaro.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/noriyarojapan/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoriyaroJapan
Supercar Engine Cleaning: Ferrari 360
Here I returned to this rare Rosso Fiorano Red Ferrari 360 this time to tend to it's 400 bhp naturally aspirated engine bay. Instagram: https://instagram.com/carcleaningguru/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CarCleaningGuru Website: http://www.carcleaningguru.com Products used: Kranzle K7 pressure washer Autosmart G101 all purpose cleaner Autoglym soft bristled wheel cleaning brush 30mm Vikan long reach brush EZ Detail Brush 303 Aerospace protectant Autosmart Glass Clear Autosmart glass cleaning cloth Meguiars NXT Metal Polysh Wire wool Generic microfibre towels a plenty!
Ferrari 360 Spider--Video Test Drive with Chris Moran
http://www.SupercarNetwork.com A beautiful Ferrari 360 Spider presented by Chris Moran. Ferrari furnished by D&M Motorsports in Glen Ellyn, IL. Find them online at www.dmautosales.com Ferrari has somehow taken all the sensory delights from the Modena and transplanted them, undiluted, into the Spider, and then capped the whole deal with a convertible top that proves irreproachable in appearance and operation. It isn't just that the one-touch automatic operation deploys and unfurls the top in a spectacular dance of levers, covers, and flaps. It's also that the car looks great with the top up, and it drives with the solidity and isolation of a coupe. Then, when you consign the top to its lair beneath the gleaming hard tonneau covers -- completely concealing its presence under a long rear deck -- the loss of a roof profile and its critical C-pillar volume is balanced by such visual details as roll hoops, fins, and a glass engine cover. Equally important, the aerodynamic characteristics of a top-down Spider are extraordinary. Whether it's due to the long, raked windshield or the little mesh wind blockers you see in the mirror -- or a combination of both -- the Spider provides a remarkably draft- and buffet-free environment. Climb from the BMW Z8 on a chilly day on a fast autostrada, and the Spider feels like a warm and secluded refuge from the elements. Said C/D's normally skeptical editor-in-chief: "The 360's top-down cockpit comfort is unbelievable. At 125 mph, a sheet of paper sitting on the passenger seat doesn't even flutter." Plus, you can carry on a conversation without yelling yourself hoarse at speeds that would have you on a Cops episode in the U.S. Better yet, you can dive into one of the many tunnels that enclose Italy's coastal autostradas, flick the left-side paddle for a two-gear downshift, and let 'er rip to the redline. This produces a wail like that of an F1 car from the '70s and even has the guys in other cars laughing like schoolboys. Peter Robinson wrote: "The Ferrari should get 11 out of 10 in the fun category." He's right. Everything in the Spider has been crafted to provide maximum fun. The engine rasps, snarls, and howls its way to the 8500-rpm redline, ticking past 100 mph in 11.7 seconds on the way to its redline-limited top speed of 175 mph. The steering wheel thrills with messages from the front wheels and transmits its responses to your hands in genetic code. And the F1 transmission -- although requiring some practice to achieve optimal smoothness -- allows you to play boy racer without the need for any tricky pedal boogie. Being mid-engined, the Spider turns in with an immediacy that is notably different from the two front-engined cars. Unlike the Z8, which kind of swings the nose around the driver, the Ferrari rotates car and driver in one piece. With excellent road feel, strong brakes, and its mass centralized between the axles, the 360 will corner very hard indeed, offering linear response at the helm until the meaty Pirellis begin to push wide.