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In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, wealthy Russians rushed to buy luxury cars. Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini and Ferrari sales have increased by four to five percent, the Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper reports with reference to JATO Dynamics analytical company.According to the publication, in the first quarter of 2020, luxury car sales increased by 18 percent over the same period of the previous year (72 percent in February and five percent in March). In Moscow, the growth made up 22 percent. "A surge in exchange rates and general uncertainty in connection with the pandemic did not scare customers away from luxury brands - on the contrary, the crisis triggered additional sales even for coupes and convertibles during the low season," Sergey Baranov, company's analyst said. In the summer,...
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Mick Schumacher will make his debut at a Formula One race weekend having been chosen by Ferrari to drive in Friday practice at next week's Eifel Grand Prix in Germany.
Record champion Schumacher’s 91st win came at third attempt for Ferrari in Shanghai in 2006 and is soon expected to be matched by Lewis Hamilton as son Mick follows in footsteps.
The highly-rated youngster, the son of legendary seven-time world champion Michael, is currently signed up to Ferrari's famed Driver Academy
Michael Schumacher’s son to drive Alfa Romeo at Nurburgring Ferrari academy driver could make step up from F2 next season Michael Schumacher’s son, Mick, will take part in his first Formula One race weekend at the Eifel Grand Prix in Germany next week. Schumacher will drive in the first practice session for Alfa Romeo while Britain’s Callum Illott will also make his F1 debut during practice for Haas. Both drivers are members of the Ferrari academy. The test at the Nurburgring carries significance. Alfa Romeo is to all intents and purposes Ferrari’s junior squad and Haas is a customer team very closely attached to the Scuderia. Neither team has concluded a new contract with any of their drivers for 2021. With potentially seven races remaining this season, now is the time they will be con...
Mick Schumacher will take part in first Friday practice with Alfa Romeo at the Nuerburgring next week as Ferrari seek to give their three leading junior drivers Formula One race weekend experience.
Summary List Placement If you're going to drop a whole lot of money on a new Ferrari, you might as well make sure it's exactly right. For most, that means choosing a color, interior finishes, and maybe some special rims. But one "discerning European client" took it a step further by ordering a fully custom car straight from Maranello. It's called the Omologata, and Ferrari said it spent two years designing the car from the ground up upon announcing it on Friday. Although the car shares its underpinnings, windscreen, and headlights with the 812 Superfast, most of it — including its hand-formed aluminum body — is completely custom. Most notably, Ferrari included a handful of design features meant to acknowledge the brand's racing heritage. The exterior boasts a custom livery and retro win...
Lewis Hamilton took pole for the Russian Grand Prix, moving the British driver one step close to equalling Michael Schumacher’s record of 91 grand prix wins. The world champion was once more indomitable on his quickest laps but only after high drama as he came within moments of failing to make the final session. Hamilton was one of four drivers who has been summoned to the stewards for not respecting track limits at turn two, however. Max Verstappen was second for Red Bull with Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas in third. Racing Point’s Sergio Pérez was in fourth and Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo in fifth. Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel were in 11th and 15th for Ferrari. Continue reading…