使用済のF1マシンを購入できることはご存じですよね? そんな往年のF1マシンのオーナーたちに対し、フェラーリはメンテナンスを提供するF1クライアント部門を設けています。 ナイジェル・マンセルのF190だろうとミハエル・シューマッハのF2001だろうと、彼らの手にかかればいつでも走行可能です。

先日ファラーリは10台のF1マシンをニュルブルグリングの持ち出し、現オーナーたちが走行を楽しみました。 また、当日はF1だけでなく、エンツォベースのFXXが4台、599FXXも15台が駆りだされました。 FXXと599FXXの仕事はまだ市販車に採用されていないテクノロジーのテスト。 この2車種のオーナーはお金を払ってフェラーリの開発に協力していることになります。 普通の自動車メーカーでは考えられないことですが、フェラーリオーナーたちにとってはこれほど名誉なことはないでしょう。

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The past and the future at the Nurburgring

Maranello, 28 July 2010 – Today, at Germany's Nurburgring circuit, three days of testing got underway with fifteen Ferrari 599XX and four FXX, the amazing laboratory-cars of the eponymous development programme, taking to the track for some free practice sessions.

Coming together at this special event is the present and the future, represented by these non-homologated sports cars and the Maranello company's past, in the shape of some of the single-seaters that have written their part in Scuderia Ferrari's Formula 1 history. Ten of these will be in action in Germany, run by the F1 Clienti Department of Maranello, taking turns on the circuit so that their owners can experience the excitement of driving on of the most famous tracks in motor sport.

Among these rare jewels are the F190 raced by Nigel Mansell in the 1990 Formula 1 Championship, the 412 T1 with which Gerhard Berger won the 1994 German Grand Prix, the F300, which was the forty fifth car built by Scuderia Ferrari for the 1998 season, driven to six wins by Michael Schumacher and the F2001, with which the German champion won nine races. Also present, the more recent F2007, which took both World titles for the Scuderia.