So you need something to show up your neighbor who just brought home a new Enzo? Well, how about one of Ferrari's latest F1 racers? Perhaps even one driven by Michael Schumacher himself? In 2001, Ferrari set up Corse Clienti ("Racing Owners"), a unit dedicated to helping those enthusiasts with bank accounts larger than the gross national product of many mid-sized countries, to enjoy these exotic automobiles. For a little under $2 million (not including taxes of course) you could become the proud owner of one of these rarest of exotics. Considering Ferrari has an annual F1 budget estimated to be at nearly a half-billion dollars, $2 million for one of their championship winning cars is a downright bargain. It even comes with free driving lessons and grooved Bridgestones! Well, in that case…
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