Ferrari 328 GTB, 308 GTB and a 512BBi putting in some laps at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.
Classic cars and anything with Ferrari’s prancing pony on it tend to empty your wallet rather quickly. A classic Ferrari can, however, be a sound financial investment. With prices on older Ferrari rocketing at the moment it is possibly a good time to invest if you have the spare cash. So, if you were lucky enough to own a classic Ferrari would you –
(a). Keep it in a bubble protected from the elements until the right time to profit in your investment appeared?
(b). Keep it in a museum and charge an admission fee to make even more money?
(c). Keep it pinned down Raidillon Eau Rouge and Kemmel straight, through Les Combes, ease of a bit at Bruxelles down to Pouhon, Campus and Stavelot before blasting past Courbe Paul Frère and Blanchimont and hoping your brakes still had enough bite to scrub speed before the final chicane?
If you answered ‘yes’ to anything but (c). please seek medical advice.
Source – Gumbal