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The 340/375 MM Berlinetta "Competizione" was driven by three world champions.
This 1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta "Competizione" sold for 9,856,000 euros or $12,812,800, including buyer's premium, in an auction hosted by RM Auctions at Lake Como, Italy, on May 25, 2013. It has been driven by three world champions (Mike Hawthorn, Alberto Ascari and Giuseppe "Nino" Farina) and was one of three 375 MM cars at the 1953 24 Hours of Le Mans race.(Tim Scott Fluid Images © 2013 Courtesy of RM Auctions)
Suspension failure caused Massa's crash in the Monaco GP
Ferrari has revealed that Felipe Massa's crash in the Monaco Grand Prix was caused by suspension failure.
Massa crashed out at Sainte Devote on lap 29, smashing into the barriers on the left-hand side of the track and then spinning further down the road before a second impact.
CARandDRIVER reports that Ferrari is on schedule to unveil their latest model, the successor to the F430 Scuderia, which was a much more track-focused version of the standard F430. The new model will of course be based off of the new 458, making it 458 Scuderia.