Want to drive $300,000 Ferraris on Austin’s brand-new Formula 1 racetrack? A group of 18 Ferrari owners just had the opportunity. The price tag: $13,500. It is part of the Italian company’s first-ever driving school in the U.S.

All yours for just $13,500 for 2 days:

Source: Bloomberg

Category: Weekend

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4 Responses to “2 Day Course Teaches Ferrari Owners How to Drive”

  1. supercorm says:

    Hum… would rather fly to Italy for the same 2 day course in Modena. Why not finish the tour with a Modena-Verona-Milano-Modena victory lap.

  2. supercorm says:

    Same price, and this one is even sexier… Ferrari on ice!
    http://store.ferrari.com/events/en/driving-course/details/course-on-ice-5-6-february-2014

    FEES
    The course fee is 9.000 Euros (VAT excluded) per participant.
    This includes the Circuit, transfers, two dinners, two night’s accommodation at the Hotel Hermitage ***** Cervinia, lunch and gifts.