Ferrari To Auction 599XX Evo, Racing Suits, Helmets, Watches For Earthquake Victims

Ferrari will open an online auction next week at to raise funds for the families of the victims of the earthquakes that have rocked the Emilia-Romagna region since the 20th of May. Due to the earthquake Ferrari was one of the local companies to suspend operations in the region.

Ferrari plans to contribute significant sums to those families who have lost loved ones by auctioning rare items such as a 599XX Evo, the extreme, non-homologated sports berlinetta with a commercial value of €1.3 million.

In addition to the extremely rare 599XX Evo, there will be Prancing Horse watches, Formula One V8 engine, racing suits and helmets donated by the Scuderia’s drivers, Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa.


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