A coveted 1996 Ferrari F50 and a 2004 Ferrari Enzo are among the eight stunning vehicles on offer
Racing aficionados and supercar collectors should take note: Formula 1 driver Sebastian Vettel is officially parting ways with eight vehicles from his personal collection—among them five prestigious Ferraris.
The collection of highly covetable vehicles has been entrusted to British automobile dealer Tom Hartley JNR. The selection includes two Mercedes-AMGs: a 2009 SL65 AMG “Black Series” coupe and a silver 2010 SLS AMG Gullwing, a silver 2008 BMW Z8 Roadster.
Of course, the collection also includes a handful of stunning Ferraris: a 2016 LaFerrari, 2004 Enzo, 1996 F50, a a triple-layer yellow 2016 F12tdf, and finally, a black 2015 458 Speciale that was reportedly the first Ferrari Vettel had ever owned.
“We are very pleased to be able to share with you some of our latest arrivals, all coming direct from the collection of four-time Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel,” Hartley shared in a post on social media “All these cars are located, registered and taxes paid in Switzerland.”
Vettel has not issued a statement as to what prompted him to put such a stunning collection of vehicles for sale—but many speculate it has something to do with the driver’s professional move from Ferrari to Aston Martin earlier this year.
However, when asked about whether or not it had made any requests for the driver to put his Ferrari collection on the market, an Aston Martin F1 spokesperson explained that they “have no knowledge of Sebastian's plans with regard to his car collection and have made no stipulations or requests of any kind in connection with it.”
Whatever the reasoning may be, this is without a doubt a very unique chance to own a stunning and downright powerful piece of Formula 1 history—but if you’re interested in picking up something from Vettel’s personal collection you’ll want to act fast to secure the object of your desire… the supercars are currently available for purchase directly from the official Tom Hartley JNR website but the LaFerrari and the F50 have already been spoken for.