Ferrari F1 team motorhome used from 2003 to 2013 for sale

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Ferrari F1 team motorhome used from 2003 to 2013 for sale
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A massive two-story team trailer utilized by the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One team from Michael Schumacher's glory days to the end of the Fernando Alonso/Felipe Massa pairing is now for sale. The motorhome was present for many European rounds of the World Championship.

An ad for the unit reads, "This is a unique opportunity for race teams, private collectors or Ferrari aficionados. A pair of custom build Ferrari F1 TEAM race trailers and they are for sale now! These race trailers are so much more than Motorsport Transporters."

"The vehicles, complete with the original Trucks (Iveco Stralis 480 e 540 with just a few km) can be used in pairs (like the F1) or separately. They rise to a height of 7 meters thus having 2 floors and they can join together to form an area of over 200 square meters."

Name plates can be seen throughout the motorhome bearing 'Alonso' and 'Domenicali.' The former Team Principal's office remains intact as well. More photos (including the interior) can be seen HERE.

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