When was the Ferrari first invented?

Answer Though Enzo Ferrari created his first car--the Tipo 815 racer--as early as 1940, he did not begin producing road cars until 1946, and he manufactured his first road car, the Ferrari 125 S, in 1947.... Read More »

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The Specifications of a Ferrari 308?

From 1975 to 1985, the Ferrari car company manufactured the 308 models, an Italian sports car with a mid-size engine. This sporty racer comes in three flavors: GTB/GTS, GTBi/GTSi and GTB/GTS QV. Ca... Read More »

When was the first ferrari car made?

The first car with the Ferrari was a racecar. It was the Tipo 125 with a one and a half liter V 12 engine. The first production Ferrari was the Tipo 166, also made in 1947.Source:Autozine: FerrariT... Read More »

What does SF mean on the Ferrari badge?

Ferrari is an Italian car manufacturer, known for its sports cars. Some Ferrari models feature a logo with the "prancing horse," the colors of the Italian flag on the crown and the letters "SF," wh... Read More »

How fast can a Ferrari F1 car go?

A formula 1 car's purpose is acceleration, deceleration and cornering rather than top speed. On July 17, 2006, Honda recorded a record speed of 220.571 mph or 355.499 kph at Bonneville Salt Flats f... Read More »