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Cavallino Classic 2016 serves up a Ferrari feast

Each year Ferrari lovers – along with some of the rarest Ferraris ever seen – flock to Palm Beach, Florida, for a five-day celebration of the Ferrari brand. It's called the Cavallino Classic, and includes numerous track events, educational symposiums, a driving tour and of course, parties. But the biggest show of all is the Concorso d'Eleganza on the Lawn at the Breakers, a celebrated grand hotel in Palm Beach where this month some 140 rare and pristine Italian sports cars, many worth millions of dollars, were on display for both admiration and scrutiny by some of the toughest judges in the land.Read More

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Lykan Hypersport designer shows a simpler style of motoring with Design-1 roadster

As the new year gets underway, Anthony Jannarelly finds himself one of the busiest men in the automotive world. We recently looked at two of his very cool but very different designs in the W Motors Fenyr Supersport and Zarooq Sand Racer. Now he's working to get his own eponymous company off the ground with the Design-1. Inspired by the timeless roadsters of the 50s and 60s, the mid-engined Design-1 is cruising toward a launch later this year.
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Splinter sprouts high-performance wooden sports car

Wood was once a commonly used material in cars, but these days you're more likely to find a wood car in a toy box than a garage. Not so the "Splinter," a high-performance sports car that a team led by Joe Harmon has spent five years creating. The exotic machine is powered by a Chevrolet LS7 engine and other than that and the drive train, gauges, fasteners, tires and rims, the car is made almost entirely of wood composites.Read More

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