Originally, it was introduced with an 840hp twin-turbo V6
The V8 isn't dead! At least, not in motorsports, and certainly not for Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG). Jim Glickenhaus's team has just announced a partnership with French race engine builder Pipo Moteurs, for his upcoming 007 Le Mans racer.And
“It will be a proud day for us and America.”
Sure, 007's taken a few varied forms over the years, but none have been this fast. Or indeed, this red. Connery's screen presence packed a punch, but even the big man didn't have 840hp.Welcome, then, to the Glickenhaus
Never heard of Jim Glickenhaus? Now you know better
Crawling down an unassuming suburban residential street of timber-clad gable-front houses in Sleepy Hollow, upstate New York, the overly demanding, shrill voice of the satnav pipes up. "You have arrived," the lady in the dashboard barks. Surely not?The only
Before revelation on official website
In December 2014, we reported that James Glickenhaus--owner and commissioner of the famed Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina--had revealed his latest project car, the SCG003, albeit in vinyl-wrap camouflage. He was to debut the car at the Geneva Motor
The Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG003
If the name James Glickenhaus doesn't ring a bell, he's the man behind the Ferrari P4/5, which, for the uninitiated, is Pininfarina's modern interpretation of the Ferrari 330 P3/4 race car and is built on the chassis
Looks like the P4/5 Competizione will be there
With Sony's announcement that the PlayStation 4 will go on sale before the end of 2013, it's a given that the next game in the Gran Turismo series will be for the next-generation console.If you're curious what
Can you guess who made that offer?
James Glickenhaus's Ferrari P4/5 is the stuff of legends. Approached by Italian design house Pininfarina in March 2005 to create a one-off car, Glickenhaus suggested that it should be a modern interpretation of his classic Ferrari 330 P3/4
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