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$160M Worth of Ferrari's Destroyed At Event
 

 

If you’re reading this, you probably know all about the Monza and how special it is. All Ferraris are special in their own way, which has allowed them to become virtual status symbols in the world of auto enthusiasts. But the Monza is all this with a cherry on top: introduced in 2018 as the first entry in the Icona Series, it’s a modern speed demon hiding in the body of a barchetta of the ‘50s, the same one that earned Ferrari a spot among racing legends.

The Monza has two models, the SP1 and SP2, and both are powered by a V12 engine that develops 799 hp. The one-seater SP1 and two-seater SP2 are both roof-less, and just 499 units combined will be produced. Put it in much simpler terms, a Monza is as exclusive as Ferrari gets: only special Ferrari clients can get one, and only if they have over $2+ million to dispose of.


This week, the 2022 Ferrari Cavalcade kicked off on a very high note after a 2-year absence, and the fact that there were some 70-80 Monzas in attendance was just one of the reasons – but arguably the most spectacular. Now, imagine seeing all these Monzas in different liveries roaring down the streets in Italy, a most unique tribute to automotive excellence.

Picture now the same Monzas soaking up the rain, because organizers didn’t think to plan for bad weather.

The SupercarBlog and vlogger Varryx report that this is exactly what happened as the Cavalcade reached the Fiorano track, where attendees were supposed to go for a demonstrative drive. This meant that all those top-less Monzas were left in the pouring rain as people ran for shelter, because organizers didn’t think to include some form of protection from the elements, just in case. The video below shows the moment when the storm sets in, and one Ferrari employee apparently tries to stop whoever is filming from (duh) filming.

Both reports use strong words to describe the incident, including how Ferrari “ruined” and “damaged” the Monzas. Ferrari, for one, is yet to address this publicly, but one thing is for sure: a $2 million car designed on purpose without a roof or any other type of top is definitely not meant to be kept outside when it’s pouring rain.

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Ferrari is something else. Them boys actually kept this out of the media. That was the only video I could find.
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 1 month ago '16        #2
kuul  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x12
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If you got a monza that wasnt at the event means your car just became a lot more valuable, no?
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 1 month ago '10        #3
WhoNextWithPlex 
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 kuul said
If you got a monza that wasnt at the event means your car just became a lot more valuable, no?
Maybe. I think the effect of some rain water on the interior might be a little exaggerated here. Its definitely not good for it but its not going to destroy the vehicle.

Those guys are dropping 2 million dollars on a car. They probably dont blink at the cost of some new upholstery and electronics if it even came to that.
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 1 month ago '16        #4
kuul  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x12
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 WhoNextWithPlex said
Maybe. I think the effect of some rain water on the interior might be a little exaggerated here. Its definitely not good for it but its not going to destroy the vehicle.

Those guys are dropping 2 million dollars on a car. They probably dont blink at the cost of some new upholstery and electronics if it even came to that.
I guess it depends on what you tryna do with the car. I know if i come buy your monza off you and it got rained on im comin to you with $1.3 million and not $2 million. If its my car and im keepin it in the family and it got rained on im doin donuts in that bi*ch and modifyin it. But thats just my broke a*s way of thinkin.
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 1 month ago '17        #5
Tupacpatel  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 1 month ago '15        #6
DamianDragunov 
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So what’s that? A couple side mirrors and body scuffs..



Edit: nevermind, I read it as hundred thousands lol


Last edited by DamianDragunov; 07-02-2022 at 06:02 PM..

 1 month ago '06        #7
Be Easy 
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 WhoNextWithPlex said
Maybe. I think the effect of some rain water on the interior might be a little exaggerated here. Its definitely not good for it but its not going to destroy the vehicle.

Those guys are dropping 2 million dollars on a car. They probably dont blink at the cost of some new upholstery and electronics if it even came to that.
redoing anything lowers the value dog

no way in hell you don’t know this
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 1 month ago '04        #8
doczdaname  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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If I owned a $2 million car with no roof, I would definitely be checking the weather before anything else. Stupid muhfukkkas worried about status and not the one thing you should always check when you have no protection for your interior.

Atleast a car cover or something. If it was in the heat, that would still cause damage
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 1 month ago '08        #9
Chedda  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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 1 month ago '04        #10
nobody 
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Ferrari went and gave them water soaked duds back to the owners and probably charge them the privilege being able to have their car in the event.

If white privilege was a car it'd definitely be a Ferrari.
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 1 month ago '18        #11
GoBucks  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x15
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If you don’t plan for weather, oh well
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 1 month ago '17        #12
Mozzie  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8 OP
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 nobody said
Ferrari went and gave them water soaked duds back to the owners and probably charge them the privilege being able to have their car in the event.

If white privilege was a car it'd definitely be a Ferrari.
There was a $30k entrance fee
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 1 month ago '17        #13
Naga Sadow  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x23
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A Monza might have retailed for $2M but they're probably worth $4M-6M each. These you had to be invited to buy and had to be one of Ferrari's top customers.
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 1 month ago '17        #14
Naga Sadow  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x23
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 nobody said
Ferrari went and gave them water soaked duds back to the owners and probably charge them the privilege being able to have their car in the event.

If white privilege was a car it'd definitely be a Ferrari.
Perfect description of Ferrari. And the sad thing is they'd probably refuse to fix the car and ban them if they said anything negative about the incident.
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 1 month ago '17        #15
Naga Sadow  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x23
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 WhoNextWithPlex said
Maybe. I think the effect of some rain water on the interior might be a little exaggerated here. Its definitely not good for it but its not going to destroy the vehicle.

Those guys are dropping 2 million dollars on a car. They probably dont blink at the cost of some new upholstery and electronics if it even came to that.
Have you ever dealt with water soaked Italian electronics? You'll be exercising demons in that car for a long time even after you think you got everything fixed. And with these cars it's gonna take specially trained Ferrari mechanics from Ferrari to properly service these which might take years for all the cars to be certified as properly fixed and inspected. These cars are labeled as investments and Ferrari keeps a close watchful eye on these and will boot you from buying limited Ferrari's if they're not even serviced according to their standards.


Last edited by Naga Sadow; 07-03-2022 at 12:54 PM..
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 1 month ago '04        #16
eddiefizzle 
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 nobody said
Ferrari went and gave them water soaked duds back to the owners and probably charge them the privilege being able to have their car in the event.

If white privilege was a car it'd definitely be a Ferrari.
What a confusing post.
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 1 month ago '11        #17
Joseph  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 eddiefizzle said
What a confusing post.
Ferrari has a reputation for being an obnoxious car brand with a lot of unnecessary rules for potential buyers.
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 1 month ago '06        #18
Avarice 
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You'd think for 2M's and that bi*ch aint got no roof...they better build a retractable canopy like on a f*ghter jet or some sh*t...wtfff
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 1 month ago '04        #19
ins109  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 doczdaname said
If I owned a $2 million car with no roof, I would definitely be checking the weather before anything else. Stupid muhfukkkas worried about status and not the one thing you should always check when you have no protection for your interior.

Atleast a car cover or something. If it was in the heat, that would still cause damage
When you got that kind of money, you really don’t care.
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 1 month ago '04        #20
marcchrome  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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 Mozzie said



If you’re reading this, you probably know all about the Monza and how special it is. All Ferraris are special in their own way, which has allowed them to become virtual status symbols in the world of auto enthusiasts. But the Monza is all this with a cherry on top: introduced in 2018 as the first entry in the Icona Series, it’s a modern speed demon hiding in the body of a barchetta of the ‘50s, the same one that earned Ferrari a spot among racing legends.

The Monza has two models, the SP1 and SP2, and both are powered by a V12 engine that develops 799 hp. The one-seater SP1 and two-seater SP2 are both roof-less, and just 499 units combined will be produced. Put it in much simpler terms, a Monza is as exclusive as Ferrari gets: only special Ferrari clients can get one, and only if they have over $2+ million to dispose of.


This week, the 2022 Ferrari Cavalcade kicked off on a very high note after a 2-year absence, and the fact that there were some 70-80 Monzas in attendance was just one of the reasons – but arguably the most spectacular. Now, imagine seeing all these Monzas in different liveries roaring down the streets in Italy, a most unique tribute to automotive excellence.

Picture now the same Monzas soaking up the rain, because organizers didn’t think to plan for bad weather.

The SupercarBlog and vlogger Varryx report that this is exactly what happened as the Cavalcade reached the Fiorano track, where attendees were supposed to go for a demonstrative drive. This meant that all those top-less Monzas were left in the pouring rain as people ran for shelter, because organizers didn’t think to include some form of protection from the elements, just in case. The video below shows the moment when the storm sets in, and one Ferrari employee apparently tries to stop whoever is filming from (duh) filming.

Both reports use strong words to describe the incident, including how Ferrari “ruined” and “damaged” the Monzas. Ferrari, for one, is yet to address this publicly, but one thing is for sure: a $2 million car designed on purpose without a roof or any other type of top is definitely not meant to be kept outside when it’s pouring rain.





Ferrari is something else. Them boys actually kept this out of the media. That was the only video I could find.



There are people right now in this world not knowing where there next meal is coming from. fu*k them cars and the greedy fu*ks attached to them......real talk.
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 1 month ago '18        #21
Kodack sixnine  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x77
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Just more of a reason never to take your valuable cars out of the garage

 1 month ago '04        #22
doczdaname  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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 ins109 said
When you got that kind of money, you really don’t care.
I mean i would still care lol.

 1 month ago '13        #23
Phenom354 
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Idiots

 1 month ago '05        #24
hustlehard365 
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 WhoNextWithPlex said
Maybe. I think the effect of some rain water on the interior might be a little exaggerated here. Its definitely not good for it but its not going to destroy the vehicle.

Those guys are dropping 2 million dollars on a car. They probably dont blink at the cost of some new upholstery and electronics if it even came to that.
gotta be stock...anytime you mod them its a big issue in terms of value and depending on the mods you do Ferrari will ban you from ever owning one again



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