Ferrari’s old race day transporters are the ultimate Winnebago.
The seller calls these “race trailers,” but that’s sort of like saying the Ferrari LaFerrari is sort of a fast car. When these two Iveco Stralis rigs park next to each other and assume their ultimate form, what you’re left with is basically a two-story office building specifically designed to be the base of operations for the most technologically advanced cars in the world.
The Ferrari Formula 1 team used the pair between 2003 and 2013. The great Michael Schumacher walked the halls of these transporters towards the end of his stint with Ferrari, and lockers still bear the names of former Ferrari team principle Stefano Domenicalli and (as of yesterday) former Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso.
One of the transporters is built for office and car service purposes, while the other is for actual racecar transportation. They can be purchased separately or as a pair, but we think they really need to stay together for the full effect.
This sort of thing is actually pretty common among the top teams in Formula. Every season, there’s an off-the-track competition for the largest, most advanced transporter. Ferrari has almost certainly replaced this one with something even bigger and more impressive.