Ferrari F12berlinetta raises 1,5 million for victims Sandy
The auctioning of the first American Ferrari F12berlinetta in benefit of the victims of hurricane Sany raised 1,5 million dollars and put a big smile on a customer from Long Island. Ferrari donated these 1,5 million dollars to The American Red Cross during the GP of Austin in Texas. The amount was handed over to the CEO of the Texan department of The American Red Cross (left in the picture) by Marco Mattiacci, the CEO of Ferrari Borth America (the one in the middle).
Larry Roth is the generous Ferrari-enthusiast (right in the picture), who doesn’t live very far from the tragic area, who bought this first F12berlinetta for the American market for 1,25 million dollars. Ferrari says it will keep on committing itself to help the people who have suffered from natural disasters in areas where the brand is commercially active. The American Red Cross will be continuing this cooperation with Ferrari so that people can keep on donating.