Uber-rare Ferrari F50 GT racer storms Yas Marina F1 circuit

A new video is out showing a Ferrari F50 GT race car storming Yas Marina Circuit, home of the Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The view is from the driver’s seat and the sound made by the car’s naturally aspirated V-12 is intoxicating. You’ll want to turn the volume all the way up for this one.

Many readers may not be familiar with the F50 GT. That’s because the project was canceled before the car ever saw competition.

Back in 1995, Ferrari launched the F50 as the successor to the F40. A year later, Ferrari developed the F50 GT race car and partnered with motorsport engineering firms Dallara and ATR to build the first three examples. The car you see in the video is one of those three.

The F50 GT was developed to compete in the BPR Global GT Series, which was designed for race cars derived from

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Best Electric Cars: Top-Rated EVs for 2020

Electric vehicles aren’t a new phenomenon. In fact, the first all-electric car was developed in the 1830s. What’s new is that EVs now compete for market share with traditional fossil-fuel models. Thanks to recent advancements in battery and charging technology, electric cars have finally become a feasible alternative to gasoline cars.

Today’s best EVs make a compelling pitch to commuters. They’re practical, easy to drive, inexpensive to run, and packed with technology. But shopping for an electric vehicle requires a different mindset. While a gasoline car can be refueled in just a few minutes, electric cars take longer to recharge, making them less than ideal for long-range driving. The trick is to think about how far you drive in an average day and how often you’d have a chance to charge up. If you can plug in at work or at home, an EV could be a great fit for

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Ford Mustang: History, Generations, Models, Specifications

In the early 1960s, Lee Iacocca, vice president and general manager of Ford, envisioned a sporty youth-market car based on the compact Falcon. Developed in record time on a shoe-string budget, Ford introduced the 1965 Mustang at the World’s Fair on April 17, 1964, to instant acclaim. Ford planned for 100,000 first-year sales, but dealers sold 22,000 on the first day. The Ford Mustang launched a whole new genre of automobiles, known as pony cars.

The First-Generation Mustang

Ford marketed the original Mustang as a 1965 model, though Ford made several production changes to cars built after August 1964, by which time Ford had already sold 120,000. Hobbyists refer to early Mustangs as “1964½” models, while post-August cars are “late” 1965s. The Mustang launched with convertible and notchback body styles, with the fastback joining the lineup as a late ’65. A plethora of options enabled buyers

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