First Ferrari F12 Berlinetta will be auctioned for Sandy relief
The first Ferrari F12 Berlinetta in North America will be auctioned for Sandy relief. All earnings will go to the American Red Cross. Have a look at the 2013 F12 Berlinetta‘s drive photos, after the jump.
Images credit: Ferrari
Ferrari in an effort to help victims of Hurricane Sandy, will auction off the all-new F12 Berlinetta in Texas at the $300,000-plus price tag.
The money will be donated directly to the American Red Cross.
From Ferrari’s site:
“The auction is due to take place in Austin, Texas on Saturday the 17th of November at 8:00 (central standard time) during a special Ferrari event to commemorate the return of Formula 1 racing to North America. Coming under the hammer will be the very first client F12berlinetta to be consigned in 2013. The car will be autographed by the Scuderia Ferrari drivers and will come with a special dedication plate. Along with the car, the winning bidder will also be able to take part in an exclusive Ferrari Corso Pilota driving course.”
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