Ferrari launches shiny new website

Ferrari launches shiny new website

Ferrari website

Last Sunday saw the opening of the 2009 Formula One season and Ferrari celebrated with the launch of a new redesigned website. For most of us, browsing the Ferrari site is as close as we’ll get to actually ever buying one. The new site sees Ferrari offer far more than just its current model lineup. Among the features of the new Ferrari.com will be the ‘Maranello Experience’, where you can take a virtual tour of the company’s engineering and manufacturing complex in northern Italy.

The site will also have plenty of news about the F1 team during the 2009 season. For the first time, people will be able to check out the car telemetry readings just as the engineers do in the pits. And of course you can purchase all sorts of Ferrari merchandise.

Click here to check out the Ferrari website

Ferrari website

Last Sunday saw the opening of the 2009 Formula One season and Ferrari celebrated with the launch of a new redesigned website. For most of us, browsing the Ferrari site is as close as we’ll get to actually ever buying one. The new site sees Ferrari offer far more than just its current model lineup. Among the features of the new Ferrari.com will be the ‘Maranello Experience’, where you can take a virtual tour of the company’s engineering and manufacturing complex in northern Italy.

The site will also have plenty of news about the F1 team during the 2009 season. For the first time, people will be able to check out the car telemetry readings just as the engineers do in the pits. And of course you can purchase all sorts of Ferrari merchandise.

Click here to check out the Ferrari website

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