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The Ferrari F2001 is a car pretty much every racing enthusiast has heard of. They’ll tell you it’s the car that won Ferrari its 11th Constructor Championship, the Monaco Grand Prix, Hungarian Grand Prix, and was driven by Michael Schumacher. It’s a car that has earned its place in racing history and is now ready to help you assume your place as well. The car is completely functional and will allow the auction’s winner to drive in historical racing events. The car will be cared for by Ferrari in Maranello, the same place they have their museum (it’s hard not to imagine some overlap there), and will be transported, by them, to various private track sessions. For rich and interested parties, the auction starts on November 16. If you’re not rich, but still interested, we wish you as much luck as humanly possible.

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