Floyd Mayweather has so many cars I can't even keep track of them. So when it comes to thinning out the herd, it doesn't surprise me that Floyd is ditching this Ferrari F430 Scuderia which is for sale at EuroCar OC with a top bid of $105,000 so far on eBay.
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Next week the Gumball 3000 with be kicking off from Miami which means Gumballers from all over the world have cars in route to the Miami. So who is the first that we've seen? None other than Deadmau5 who will be Gumaball-ing in his Nyan Cat Ferrari (aka Purrari).
Deadmau5 will be joined by CCB favorite Josh Cartu so you can count on some great action from these two later next week!
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Okay, so V. Stiviano isn't a famous celebrity by any means but she's certainly found herself in the spotlight recently by being "Mr. Sterling’s right-hand arm man, his confidant, his best friend, his silly rabbit”, whatever that means (it's true though, you can read the interview here). So when we came across this photo of Stiviano driving her red Ferrari California with her "Daft Punk" visor over her face, we had to share because it's just that ridiculous looking. Here's a thought -- if you don't want the attention while you're driving, try driving with the top up.
Unless you're into combat sports, Riyadh Al-Azzawi isn't exactly a household name. He is, however, the current world kickboxing champion with his sights clearly set on gold. The chrome wrap look has been around for a while now, and whilst I personally think it's a scream for extra attention whilst simultaneously detracting from the car's aesthetic design, the Ferrari 458 Italia just about carries it off.
The world champion took advantage of a rare British sunny day and decided to take his golden Ferrari 458 for a spin around London. The shiny supercar was also spotted parked up on an opulent London street when the kick boxer popped out for a bit of shopping.
Over all I think the tint of gold combined with the wheel's dark spokes, red brake callipers and red interior all tie in togther perfectly. Although this car is a little OTT and garish, the fact some thought has been put into it also makes it gold.
They had a good run but apparently it's time for Rob Dyrdek to say goodbye to his white Ferrari 458 Italia. Dyrdek posted this photo of himself hugging his Ferrari on his Instagram account recently with the caption, "Goodbye my friend ..we have had an amazing run but it's time for both of us to move on."
What do you think Dyrdek's picking up next? He's definitely had a pretty extensive collection of cars including his latest customized "Street Jet" Chevy Suburban.