/Ferrari 458 Spider Japan Premiere – Video

Ferrari 458 Spider Japan Premiere – Video

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Ferrari F1 drivers unveiled the 458 Spider in Japan during Ferrari charity auction at Zojoji, the main temple of the Jodo-Buddhists.

The auction was held to further support the city of Ishinomaki, the region severely hit by the earthquake in Japan last March. Many special items, including the nose cone of the 150th Italia, the F1 car with the famous “Gambare Nippon” message displayed at the opening Grand Prix of 2011 season in Melbourne were auctioned to raise over 70 million yen (12 million yen was raised by the Ferrari Owners Club of Japan) which will be used to build two after-school facilities.

Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa were at hand after the Japanese Grand Prix to unveil the car and do their part for the charity auction:

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