Being a cop might not pay much but a bunch of British police-officers will at least have the rare chance of getting behind the wheel of a 612 Scaglietti liveried in police colors that’ll be used for the UK leg of Ferrari’s 60th Anniversary that starts on April 18. The 612 Scaglietti will be driven by police officers at the front of the UK tour throughout the 1500 miles from Belfast to London. We remind you that the relay began on 29 January 2007 in Abu Dhabi and has already visited the Middle East, China, Japan, North America, Spain, Portugal and Holland. Unfortunately for British cops, the 612 Scaglietti will be returned to Ferrari at the end of the UK tour. -Continued: Click “Read More…” below
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