Classic Ferrari could fetch up to 4 million at auction becoming one of the world"s most expensive cars

Rare Ferrari expected to fetch 4million when it goes under the hammer: Classic car one of only 74 ever madeFerrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione to be auctioned in ArizonaCar is 17th model in range of 74 from highly sought-after 1960 rangeVehicle has had four owners and can reach speeds in excess of 150 mph | UPDATED: 21:08 GMT, 26 December 2012 A classic Ferrari could become one of the world's most expensive ever cars when it goes on sale next month. The Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione could fetch up to 4 million after a boom in the classic Ferrari market over the last 18 months. The car is one of only 74 models in the 1960 range produced by the Italian car maker.

Eight teenagers left with "horrific injuries" after gang of gatecrashers burst into girl"s 16th birthday party wielding crowbars

Eight teenagers left with 'horrific injuries' after gang of gatecrashers burst into girl's 16th birthday party wielding crowbarsParty-goers had to take shelter in a nearby pub to escape the violence The gatecrashers smashed windows and cars in Maesbrook, ShropshireTeenagers were also attacked with crowbars and broken bottlesA 17-year-old has been arrested and West Mercia Police said they have not ruled out further arrests | UPDATED: 20:21 GMT, 18 December 2012 Teenagers suffered 'horrific injuries' at a 16th birthday party when they were attacked by a group of gatecrashers wielding crowbars. Eight party-goers had to be taken to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital after the party in Maesbrook, Shropshire, was raided.

Buckingham Palace: Victim of hit-and-run horror knocked down by two cars was "diligent" 22-year-old university student

Victim of hit-and-run horror knocked down by two cars outside Buckingham Palace was 'diligent' 22-year-old university student Former headteacher pays tribute to 'extremely well-liked' student42-year-old man bailed by police after being arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and failing to stop | UPDATED: 18:10 GMT, 5 December 2012 University student Stacey Cooke, 22, (pictured) was knocked down and killed outside Buckingham Palace last Friday A 22-year-old university student who was knocked down and killed in an horrific hit-and-run outside Buckingham Palace involving two cars has been named today. Stacey Cooke, from Shoreham, near Sevenoaks, Kent, was struck by a pair of Mercedes E-Class cars at The Mall in central London, last Friday