Bloomberg recently sat down with James Glickenhaus as part of its Bloomberg Pursuits series. The 15-minute segment traces Glickenhaus' progression from movie director to money manager and finally to Ferrari collector and creator of the P4/5 Competizione. With plenty of interview footage with Glickenhaus himself, as well as a good long look at the man's $20 million car collection and a segment on his team's efforts at the 24 Hours of Nürburgring, the spot is a comprehensive look at not only Glickehaus but the P4/5 as well.

Glickenhaus takes some time to speak about his interactions with Ferrari, especially over using the company's name, and the sorts of ludicrous offers he's had for the road-worthy P4/5. As it turns out, one member of the Saudi royal family offered Glickenhaus a whopping $40 million for the car. He said no. You can check out the video below for a closer look at the segment.



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