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Ferrari Stock Trading in Italy Set to Begin on Jan. 4

FCA may take Alfa Romeo back into Formula One.

by on Dec.15, 2015

FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne and former Ferrari CEO Luca di Montezemolo at the debut of the LaFerrari.

Not enough pennies in the piggybank to spring for the new Ferrari F12tdf? Not to worry, you can still own a Ferrari – or at least a piece of the Italian automaker.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says it expects to wrap-up the spin-off of its high-profile subsidiary sometime between December 31 and January 3rd, a process that began with the recent IPO of Ferrari shares on the New York Stock Exchange in October.

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To complete the process, Ferrari shares are expected to go on sale on Milan’s Borsa Italiana on January 4th. How Italian investors react remains to be seen, but after a high-flying start on the NYSE, shares of the supercar company have dipped by around 10%.

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Ferrari Abandons F150 Nameplate

Yields to Ford in trademark lawsuit.

by on Feb.11, 2011

It's now the "Ferrari F150th Italia."

Ferrari officials may be ready to battle it out on the track, but they’ve apparently decided they’d rather switch than fight in the courtroom.

The Italian supercar maker has announced it will no longer call its new Formula 1 race car the F150, a name the company said was meant to celebrate the 150th year of Italy’s union.  Instead, it will be referred to only as the Ferrari F150th Italia in all forms of communication, the maker announced.

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The move came shortly after Ford’s legal team fired off a salvo at the company it has frequently battled on the track.  Ford filed suit, in U.S. District Court in Detroit, accusing Ferrari of trademark infringement for lifting the name of the well-known Ford F-150 pickup.  The U.S. maker also listed cybersquatting on the complaint, a reference to the FerrariF150.com website.

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