A Ferrari F355 from the back and an Autostitch shot of a Ferrari F355 Targa top.
"A Ferrari F355 Spider on display on Preston Street (Corso Italia) in Ottawa's Little Italy courtesy of the Ottawa chapter of the Ferrari Club of America. The Ferrari F355 is a personal favorite Ferrari of many people. It is easily recognizable as a Ferrari but the lines and curves are simple and unpretentious, and it is one of the most friendly-looking Ferraris of the modern era. Also, this Ferrari has its own Sega arcade/Dreamcast game (also available on the PlayStation 2), Ferrari F355 Challenge: Passione Rossa, one of the more realistic driving games of the Dreamcast era in that the steering is quite difficult, but, when you get used to it, you really feel in control of the car.
This shot is composed of 8 different photos assembled in Autostitch... it's an Autostitched Auto, I guess."
GMG Global Motorsports Group Racing Getting Ready for the Race Season!
"Since I will get to cover ALMS this year on top of the usual Formula Drift, XDC, and Redline Time Attack, I stopped by GMG Racing in Santa Ana Thursday to chat and lurk around, checking out the how they are getting ready for the 2011 season and whatever other projects they have going on.
Panoramic shot of GMG's state-of-the-art 15,000 square feet shop. "The shop is a showroom", says Fabryce Kubyta, the shop's co-founder. Inside, you will find customer's street cars - Porsches, Audis, and Ferraris - getting worked on side by side with ALMS Cup Cars by the very same technicians. With the experience of building, tuning, and racing at the some of the highest levels of motorsports, the level of capability and knowledge here is probably unmatched almost anywhere. Also, interesting fact, Lexus corporate rented out the Mustang AWD 500SE Chassis Dynamometer with a sound proof environmental control test cell at GMG for the filming of the LF-A commercial!"
The owner believes that this was the only Liquid Blue Elise ever brought into the USA. It's like a subtle metallic sky blue. Beautiful. I "captured" it as well as I could in the overcast conditions this morning.