The maker of the most famous sports cars in the world, Ferrari promotes the exclusivity of their vehicles by using several criteria to limit the purchase of their automobiles. These standards mean that it’s not the buyer who chooses to purchase a new Ferrari; Ferrari must choose the buyer. As a result, many enthusiasts who could easily afford a Ferrari may be snubbed by the manufacturer and left feeling bitter.
Ferrari often demands to see a history of ownership before allowing customers to buy and an established relationship with a local dealer is a must.
Check this list of seven celebrities who got banned by Ferrari.
1.Bill Ceno, Web Designer
2. Ferrari Employees
3. Preston Henn, Former Racing Driver.
4.David Lee, Never Gives Up
5. Chris Harris, Top Gear
6. Deadmau5 and His Purrari
7. Rapper Tyga Plagued. With Car Problems.
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