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Photographer, YouTube Partner, I love traveling, and I enjoy sharing some of the amazing things I see here! New video!!

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Ferrari has unveiled the F8 Spider, the new generation drop-top sports car equipped with the most successful mid-rear-mounted V8 in history. The Ferrari F8 Spider was designed in parallel with the F8 Tributo berlinetta and features the Prancing Horse’s compact and efficient RHT (Retractable Hard Top) which influences the lines of a model that leads its category. The F8 Spider is the latest addition to an exclusive and prestigious bloodline of open-top V8 cars begun with the 308 GTS in 1977. It is less extreme than the 488 Pista Spider, but sportier than the 488 Spider which it replaces in the range. Consequently, the F8 Spider sets a new benchmark for the “en plein air” sports car in terms of usable performance and exceptional handling, providing an incredibly rewarding driving experience. In fact, it excels in merging handling dynamics with surprising in-car comfort. This Ferrari spider thus combines the characteristics of the most lauded 8-cylinder engine in history with unparalleled driving pleasure. The V8 has raised the performance bar to unprecedented new heights, not only for turbo engines but power units of all types.  The engine is a development of the V8 that won the “International Engine of the Year Award” for four consecutive years (2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019) and that was also selected as the best engine of the last two decades. An incredible feat unmatched in the history of the Awards. The F8 Spider’s greatest achievement is the fact that it unleashes its power instantaneously with zero turbo lag, whilst retaining this V8’s unique and very special soundtrack. This astonishing performance and the car’s disarmingly effortless handling were made possible by integrating a series of innovative, track-derived aero solutions into its design. The mission of every new model produced by Maranello is to introduce new design features and outperform its predecessors on all fronts. The challenge the engineers and designers always face is to push their own creative limits and the boundaries of technology by introducing new, leading-edge solutions and setting new levels of excellence. This is something they have done to brilliant effect once again with this new m

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Exactly 50 years on from the debut of the last spider in the Ferrari range to sport a front-mounted V12, the 812 GTS hails a triumphant return for  a model type that has played a pivotal role in the marque’s history since its foundation. The Ferrari V12 spider story features many iconic models and began in 1948 with the 166 MM, an authentic thoroughbred competition GT that won the two most prestigious endurance races in the world in 1949: the Mille Miglia and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The last in that long lineage was the 1969 365 GTS4, also known as the Daytona Spider because of Ferrari’s legendary victory in the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona when two works 330 P4s and the NART-entered 412 P took the chequered flag side-by-side to occupy the top three places. The front-mounted V12 architecture has not been used in a Ferrari series-production spider since the 365 GTS4. That said, four special series limited editions have been launched: the 550 Barchetta Pininfarina in 2000, the Superamerica in 2005, the SA Aperta in 2010 and, most recently, the F60 America of which just 10 were built to celebrate Ferrari’s 60th year on the American market in 2014. Like its historic predecessors, the 812 GTS sets a new benchmark in terms of performance and exclusivity. Sporting Ferrari’s majestic 800 cv V12, it is not merely the most powerful production spider on the market, but also the most versatile, thanks to its retractable hard top, a unique feature in this segment which also guarantees a larger boot capacity. The retractable hard top (RHT), which opens in just 14 seconds at speeds of up to 45 km/h, does not impinge upon the interior dimensions, thus maintaining the donor car’s roomy cockpit. The electric rear screen, which acts as a wind-stop, makes the car truly useable with the top down while, with the top up, it can be left open to allow occupants to continue to luxuriate in the naturally-aspirated V12’s unique soundtrack.

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Over 100 Ferraris from all over the world met in Campania for the 8th edition of the Ferrari Cavalcade. The event offered Ferrari customers unique driving experiences again this year, along fascinating routes, enabling them to fully appreciate the performance of our contemporary cars: from the latest models, such as the Ferrari Portofino and the 488 Pista Pilota, to limited edition special series like the Ferrari Enzo and the LaFerrari Aperta. More than 200 collectors and enthusiasts made up the crews, from over 20 countries around the world, including a large representation from Europe, the USA, the Middle East and many participants from East Asia, New Zealand and Australia. These numbers reflect the global attraction of the Maranello brand. This international convoy embarked on a journey which was full of surprises and had a rich variety of landscapes that only Campania can offer. The participants explored the unmistakable views of the Amalfi coast and the interior of Campania, behind the wheel of their Ferraris, from the Parco del Partenio to the slopes of Vesuvius. The tour began on Tuesday, 18 June, with a visit to the city of Benevento where the Ferraris were admired in Corso Garibaldi. The next day, the cars were on display along the Salerno waterfront, before taking the Amalfi Coast’s hairpin bends to Sorrento. On 20 June, the Royal Palace of Caserta and the centre of Naples were the backdrop for the Cavalcade, with a stop in Piazza del Plebiscito. The fourth and final day of the tour was dedicated to one of the jewels of the Gulf, with a parade of cars from Capri to Anacapri. An exceptional programme and a great show, not only for the Ferrari owners but also for local people and tourists, linking the most famous car maker in the world to these locations, emblematic of Italian beauty.

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