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Ferrari F60 - What was so special about this F1 car?

The F60 Formula 1 is significant in that its name celebrates Ferrari's 60th year in Formula 1.

But people talk about it probably for reasons unflattering to Ferrari. In a nutshell, it was not at all a success in its 2009 F1 season, winning just one out of 17 races that year (and scoring just six podium placements during that time); in fact, the F60 F1 car is considered a massive disappointment as a result.

In contrast, its F2008 predecessor won 8 out of 18 races and finished up in 19 podium placements, and as of last season, remains the most recent Ferrari Formula 1 car to win the World Constructors' Championship.

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Ferrari F80 - Will it eventually replace the LaFerrari?

The F80 Concept will definitely not make it to production, as it was a concept based on the now-redundant F1 rule-meeting technologies of the mid-2010s.

However, a replacement for the F150 LaFerrari is highly likely, but not in the same specification, as we hear it will showcase progressive electrification technologies rather than the mid-mounted hybrid V12 layout of the F150.

No word on when or where it will appear, and Ferrari is infamous for taking its time with direct successors to ground-breaking models like the LaFerrari.

What is the most expensive Ferrari?

The most expensive new Ferrari is the Pista, which is listed at $645,000. For more info on the latest models, check out our pricing and specs page, and you'll find all Ferrari reviews and news here

What is the cheapest Ferrari?

The cheapest new Ferrari is the Portofino, which is listed at $399,888. For more info on the latest models, check out our pricing and specs page, and you'll find all Ferrari reviews and news here

What does Ferrari mean?

Ferrari is named after its founder, Enzo Ferrari, who was originally a race car driver

Where is Ferrari made?

The Ferrari factory is based in Maranello in Northern Italy - Ferraris aren't made outside of Italy.

Who owns Ferrari?

Ferrari has been publicly listed since 2016. Previously it was a subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

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