Really? Et tu, Ferrari? After just a week of investigation, Ferrari confirms 458 fires in its cars and will recall 1,248 Ferrari models. A Ferrari spokesman said, “”When the car is driven to high exhaust temperatures, in hot ambient temperatures, the adhesive used in the wheel arch assemblies can overheat and allow the rear wheel housing heat shields to move around. In extreme cases, the glue can begin to smoke and even catch fire.” Driving a Ferrari in hot temperatures? You could argue, ah, that is foreseeable. Ever catch a Ferrari in St. Paul in January? Me neither.