Give these Ferrari F1 Trailers a New Home
The paddock. On a Grand Prix weekend, there’s likely no place a diehard Formula One fan would rather be. It’s the go-to spot for F1 royalty and the hive mind of the world’s greatest racing teams. But gaining access to such hallowed ground and its expanse of team trailers isn’t easy, so why not bring the paddock to your own backyard with these? Up for sale are a pair of Ferrari transport trailers, but not just any car-haulers. No, these are the two transport trucks that form Ferrari’s massive mobile technical center. And the pair can be yours, provided you’ve got enough funds. RELATED: Check out this year's Ferrari F-14T Formula 1 car
According to the seller, Italian trailer-builder AstaCar, the pair of Ferrari transporters shuttled the automaker’s prestigious F1 team to each of their European races from 2003 until mid-season 2013. That 10-year tour of duty encompasses three driver’s championships, four constructors’ titles, and remarkable drives from the likes of Michael Schumacher, Rubens Barrichello, Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen, and Felipe Massa. Talk about pedigree.
The trailers themselves are quite impressive as well. Both elevate around 23 feet to reveal two separate levels, or can join together to form a cozy 2,000 square foot abode. One unit features an office on top with a repair and service area underneath, while the other is setup for car transport. And yes, the two trucks come as part of the deal (an Iveco Stralis 480 and a Stralis 540).
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The price for this mobile cathedral to the Prancing Horse is unlisted. However if you’re thinking of becoming a serious buyer, you best count your pennies. Transporters like these cost millions of dollars to manufacture, and the provenance of two Schumacher world titles under these roofs probably doesn’t decrease that value much.
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