New – Ferrari GTC4Lusso

Ferrari’s FF has tried hard to be the practical V12 supercar. But now there’s a revised version with even more power. Let Ned Jasper give you all the details, including that new name. This is the Ferrari GTC4Lusso (great name by the way, but we’ll get to that later), and it’s Ferrari’s latest attempt to…

New – Ferrari F12tdf

When thinking about the Ferrari F12berlinetta, what would be the first thought that would come to mind? For the guys at Maranello ‘making it even faster’ seems to have been the first lightbulb that popped into mind. Although the future of Ferrari looks firmly set to be turbocharged – take the new 488 GTB, for example…

New Metal – Ferrari 488 Spider

Despite the fact we only got the turbocharged Ferrari 488 GTB less than six months ago, Maranello is clearly in the mood for spoiling us with news of the open-air Spider version. Whilst the internets may have gone slightly mad at hearing about a new Ferrari, it was hardly unpredictable. For as long as there has been a ‘baby’ V8…

Friday Video – Kimi just couldn’t care less

It hasn’t been the easiest week in the world of Formula 1. However, you can always count on Kimi Räikkönen to provide some kind of distraction. Although hardly known for engaging with the media, the official Ferrari video ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix is a new level of Kimi: What amazes us more at ESM, is the…

News and photos – Ferrari 488 GTB

You have to feel a little sorry for Ferrari. On the day it launches a 660+ bhp twin-turbocharged supercar, the motoring world goes crazy for a five-door hatchback with half the power instead. Oh, and a new yellow Porsche.  Anyway, now the Cayman GT4 and Focus RS frenzy has subsided, let us indulge Ferrari with…

New – The Ferrari FXX K

Own a LaFerrari? Concerned it might not be quick enough? Want to try a special version that’s neither road or track legal, and probably won’t actually be yours to keep? Step right up… Along with a name that clearly asks for inferences to made to obscenities, the FXX K is the latest offering in Maranello’s ‘Client-Test…

Friday Photo – Ferrari California T

When first launched back in 2008, the Ferrari California confused purists to an extent. Here was a front-engined V8 Ferrari, with a folding hard-top and dual-clutch transmission. Being unkind, some accused it of being aimed at those interested in cruising, not driving. Fast forward to 2014, and Ferrari has given the California an update with an extra…

F1 2013 – Senna’s Mid-season Review

After nine rounds of the 2013 Formula 1 World Championship, EngageSportMode’s canine correspondent reviews how things stand so far. Formula 1 2013 – State of Play So Far Tyres. Seriously, if I hear any more jokes about Pirelli and their lack of durability I’m going to go leave a “present” on somebody’s front lawn. It’s…

That Pirelli Tyre Debacle – 2013 Spanish Grand Prix Fallout

If you happen to follow EngageSportMode on twitter,  if you don’t remedy that first, you’ll have noticed a steady stream of Pirelli tyre-related lolz on Sunday. The Spanish Grand Prix at Catalunya has rarely been one to set pulses racing, managing to generally rate slightly above Hungary for excitement. But the 2013 race proved to…

2013 Australian Grand Prix – The Review (featuring Senna)

The first race of the Formula 1 season is always a strange one, not least because for European viewers it happens ridiculously early on a Sunday morning. F1’s opening night tends to showcase who has potential for the year ahead and, more importantly, who has more work to do back at the factory. 2013’s edition was no exception, although…