explain to me if the MC12 was ever designed or intended to be driven in snow.Steeldream said:The man obviously has the money to afford the car and the money to afford to fix and maintain it if he screws it up.
Bags o money aside he's no different from any of us. He bought the car based on the SOUND of the engine. The purpose of a car is to get you from point A to point B. There are variations in speed, style and passion but he's using the car as intended.
You can't say he disrespects the car - he's got an FIA competition license. He's not some jackass that's going to get toasted, drive beyond his capabilities, get airborne and wrap it around a telephone pole on Pacific Coast Highway some morning - now that's what I call disrespect.
The one thing that surprises me is to hear it's up for sale. I wonder what he found that's better?