I was thinking about this too and maybe there's a cultural difference with Maserati owners vs. Ferrari / Lambo owners in terms of "wanting to be seen". It's an interesting study and would might make sense because Maseratis are more visually subdued. I wonder if Maserati owners are more about "wanting to be heard". (I'm mixing my job into this thread now...sorry).I know what happens all the time on the internet, but I'm not sure how people would feel about having pictures of their cars posted.
That said, I've yet to see a photo posted on FerrariChat where the driver is recognizable. Also the spotters usually blur the plates. But with cars as rare as mine in terms of color combos, it would be obvious that it was my car. If I were trying to be private about my whereabouts, this could be a problem.
My car DID finally make it onto Ferrari Chat but it was at a monthly car meetup...it's never been spotted in the wild. It might be fun to put a bounty on it.