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Ferrari: Not a sin to need the speed

by Brad A. Greenberg

June 22, 2007 | 4:22 pm

Well, Ferrari, the other Italian pipeline to the divine, didn’t care too much for the Vatican’s Ten Commandments for drivers.

Turns out, according to Ferrari, that owners of the ultra-expensive, lust-driven sports cars simply spend more than a quarter million American because they like high-performance cars and don’t use them “as a means for outshining other people and arousing a feeling of envy,” which would violate the Fifth Commandment.

“Unless having fun has become a sin, I don’t believe it (to be wrong),” Amedeo Felisa told Reuters this week at an event celebrating Ferrari’s 60th anniversary in its hometown southeast of Milan.

I simply find it comical that his warranted a news story, no matter how short the story, not the car drivers—yes, I’m envious of their Enzo.

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