• Apr 26, 2006
Remember in February when we reported Ferrari opening a driving school in Canada? Now 'sibling' Maserati (both manufacturers are owned by Fiat) is opening a school as well, but located a little bit south in the Red, White and Blue.
Luxist, our own sibling, reports that the Master Maserati North America Driving School opens its doors at the Road Atlanta racetrack in Georgia next month. The student body of 18 will have their choice of driving the Coupe, GranSport and Quattroporte. The cost is $1,800 for a one-day session while the two-day course costs $3,400. The latter includes dinner and a stay at the Chateau Elan Inn and Resort. Fancy.

[Source: Maserati America via Luxist]


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