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Following Maseratiís merger with Ferrari, the "Tridente" marquis returned in 2005 to reclaim its rightful, and familiar spot on the winners podium. Drawing from the finest engineering and creativity from Maserati and Ferrari, the Maserati MC-12 emerged and quickly took the racing circuit by storm. The Maserati MC-12 totally dominated the FIA GT circuit from the time it was introduced in 2004 - no small feat, considering it is competing against the best racers from BMW, Aston Martin, Porsche, Saleen, Ferrari, and a host of other exotics.

Maserati continued this domination in 2010, winning the FIA GT1 championship again. This result capped yet another remarkable season for Maserati and Vitaphone. In the six full seasons that the MC12 competed in the FIA GT Championship, the Vitaphone Team claimed the Teamsí title every year; something no other team achieved in the history of the series. In fact, no other team before Maserati has ever won more than two Teams' Titles. In addition, Maserati teams won the Driversí title five times and took four Manufacturers Cups, to make it 15 titles out of a possible 17. It is unlikely that any team, driver or manufacturer will ever equal Maserati's record from 2005 through 2010.

Maserati applied many of the same design elements of the MC-12 to develop their high performance convertible roadster; the Cambiocorsa Spyder. With features like the exotic 4.2L Ferrari-designed V-8 engine (a version of which is shared with the Ferrari F430), the signature F1 paddle-shift transmission (which it shares with the Ferrari Modena, Maranello, and all of the championship winning Ferrari Formula-One racers), and a beautiful hand-made leather interior representative of the finest Italian craftsmanship, the Cambiocorsa Spyder certainly lives up to the Tridente heritage of world dominating sports cars. This Cambiocorsa is owned and pampered by Angel Ewing, wife of MD-11 Capt Tom Ewing.

Click to see the Maserati "Boyle Special" Win the 1939 and 1940 Indy 500

Click to see F-1 Champion Michael Schumacher drive the Maserati Cambiocorsa

Maserati MC-12 win at 2009 FIA GT Bucharest