The pinnacle of Ferrari ownership is arguably its F1 program; the Formula 1 single seaters that were raced by iconic figures, and now are privately owned by various collectors around the world.
Ferrari doesn’t usually sell fully functional vehicles if they’re not obsolete, but those that get new homes are carrying with them a part of the car maker’s heritage instead of secretive tech.
So, it goes without saying that their caretakers should handle them with extra care, or else they’re taking big risks in case something goes wrong.
On a recent track-day outing at Homestead-Miami Speedway, that included the Corse Clienti program, two 1990’s Ferrari Fromula 1 cars tangled on turn 1 of the circuit’s road-course configuration, according to Fox Sports. The drivers escaped unharmed from the incident, but the cars, Jean Alesi’s 1994 Ferrari 412 T1 and Gerhard Berger’s 1995 Ferrari 412 T2, sustained some damaged, especially the latter as it crashed into the wall.
The only consolation is that Ferrari’s engineers will undoubtedly get to work and put them back together.
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