Two members of the Italian Navy’s vessel protection department are currently awaiting trial following the death of two Indian fishermen in February.
As part of a detachment serving on board oil tanker Enrica Lexie, it is alleged by Indian authorities that the two marines shot and killed the fishermen in waters off the coast of southern India, believing them to be pirates.
The incident sparked a major diplomatic row between Italy and India, the subject of which has been raised this week in light of Ferrari’s statement posted on their website.
In sporting the flag on top of the chassis the team state: “Ferrari pays tribute to one of the outstanding entities of our country, also in the hope that the Indian and Italian authorities will soon find a solution to the situation currently involving two sailors from the Italian navy.”
I hope India and Ferrari and Italy all resolve their issues. And go about their naval ways.
Yesh yesh, dish is what you need. A Maserati Kubang. Shake your head up and down wish me. And repeat: I need one of dem Maserati Kubangs. Yesh. Have a peek-a-boo:
A Maserati Kubang and two models wearing curtains
First and foremost is confirmation that the Kubang will be built just down the road at Chrysler’s Jefferson North assembly plant. This confirms, if not overtly, that the Kubang will share its platform with the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Dodge Durango, which in turn share theirs with the newest Mercedes M-class. So this Masereep-Benz is somewhat of an automotive turducken. Maserati assures us that it will have its hand in the recipe, as its engineers will be responsible for the steering, brakes, and suspension. A next-gen Maserati V-8—likely a revision of the brand’s current engine family—will be built by Ferrari and paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Uh oh. Dish sounds like a recipe for disaster. Lotsh of cooks, far away kitchens. But shadly, yesh, I shtill want one. It’s ‘dat Ferrari fing.
Maserati Kubang concept car, even the curtains are hiding. . .
Dish could be a glorioush train wreck. A turducken is half turd, after all. . .
Just after the accident happened at approximately 1 a.m. Saturday, Suh told Portland police that he was passing a taxi cab when he lost control of his 1970 Chevy Coupe and crashed into a tree. He told police that nobody in the car was injured, and no tickets or citations were given.
But two people in the car have since spoken to Portland TV station KGW, and their versions of the accident and its effects differ quite seriously from Suh’s version at the scene.
Sad. All those red cars. Gone. And Ndamukong Suh’s reputation. Also adios’d. I imagine he will talking to Roger, yet again.