Ferrari’s F40 supercar has been beset by problems since it debuted in 2008.
A few years ago, it had to be recalled after a fire broke out in a hot car on the track.
Now, it is expected to be the subject of a recall.
What we do know is that the car was equipped with an airbag system, which is supposed to protect occupants from airbags in a crash.
However, a test of the system found that when the airbag was deployed, the car could actually hit the airbags.
The car’s manufacturer has since announced a recall for the system.
As an alternative, the supercar manufacturer says it will install a new, more expensive airbag kit.
Ferrari, a firm famous for making the supercars of the early 1970s, is also considering a recall of its supercars.
The F40 is not the only car Ferrari is facing a recall crisis.
The company has also suffered from a number of recalls of its sportscar.
Last year, the company recalled more than 7 million cars for a defect in the cooling system that caused overheating and an overheating problem.
The problem was found to be with the engine and transmission.
The affected models include the F40, F40 S, and F40 GT.
The suspension system has also been affected.
In June, the Italian company said it was recalling 6,200 Ferrari F40 and F60 models.
Ferrari has also recalled a few other models from China and North Korea.
Other models in the recall include the 2018 F40 C and C3, the 2019 F40 M, and the 2018 Ferrari F50, and several models of the 2015 F40.
A car company in Italy has also launched a recall, although this is likely to be limited to the F50 and F50C.