Have Ferrari forgotten how to make supercars without building them so they spontaneously combust? It seems every week a new Ferrari is either catching fire or burning to a crisp, and this week is no different. The infamous 458 Italia fires are long behind Ferrari, but now it seems they have a big... read more
Proton, who owns British car-company Lotus, has said in a statement that it won’t sell the Norfolk-based marque, despite the recent news regarding CEO Dany Bahar being suspended due to irregularities.
"We acknowledge that Lotus can provide value to Proton. Lotus is an iconic brand with... read more
McLaren aren’t fans of doing things on the cheap, and to prove this, along with showing off their new dealership in Abu Dhabi, they decided to produce a cracking video about the 12C using the most up-to-date HD technology.
McLaren's Mark Harrison said: "We wanted to produce this video to... read more
Drivers and fast cars – don’t you just love them? Money doesn’t always mean talent behind the wheel, and this point was very much proven by this Lamborghini Gallardo driver who decided to scrag his 510bhp supercar so much that he ended up crashing.
If you enjoy fails and enjoy rich... read more
Ok, so this isn’t car news, but hey; this is damn exciting news all the same! Orange Country Choppers (OCC) are famous for building custom motorbikes and for their stupidly popular TV programme, but now they’ve gone and broken a world-record with the Lawless OCC electric drag bike.
The... read more
"What we are doing with the 918 Spyder is redefining driving fun, efficiency and performance,” says Porsche. So they’re confident of the 918 Spyder being quite a good hypercar then? In fairness, you can’t blame them; as the 918 Spyder, once it is released in 2013, is going to represent a huge... read more
The proposed 80mph motorway speed limit for the UK may not be in effect yet – and it’s unknown if it ever will be – but according to The Road Safety Foundation (RSF), our roads aren’t suitable for the increased limit due to poor maintenance and a distinct lack of crash barriers.
A report... read more
A very special 1955 Ferrari 410 Sport Berlinetta is due to go on sale in California by RM Auctions and it’s expected to go under the hammer for millions. But what makes this particular Ferrari interesting is that it’s one-of-a-kind. There were only ever four 410 Sport Berlinettas made, and this... read more
We love new Ferraris here at Netcars.com, but when a new one comes out with the looks of an Enzo only with even more sex appeal, it’s enough to make us salivate more than usual. So this new Ferrari costs £1.2m – which is a lot – and, rather surprisingly, isn’t an actual Ferrari.
It’s... read more
Ever fancied owning a seriously-rusty, old 1967 Chevrolet Corvette? No?! Are you serious? Ok, how about owning a seriously-rusty, old 1967 Chevrolet Corvette that was once owned by Neil Armstrong? Yes?! Are you serious!
For the mentally insane among you, now’s your chance as the Corvette,... read more