/Google Exec Benjamin Sloss Gets a Ferrari FXX K

Google Exec Benjamin Sloss Gets a Ferrari FXX K

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If you were wondering what kind of people spent upwards of $3 million on a toy, well, the answer is people like Benjamin Sloss. The billionaire Google executive is said to be one the first Ferrari FXX K buyers, which is like the ultimate big boys toy.

Sloss is a huge super car fan with a particular fondness for Ferrari. He famously bought a Ferrari 599XX Evo at a charity auction in 2012 for $1.8 million. He is now one of the lucky 32 who will have the chance to own a Ferrari FXX K, the company’s latest and greatest customer race car.

Ferrari FXX K is part of the XX Corse Clienti program in which Ferrari organizes track day events for the owners and their friends. Professional driving instructions are supplied along with a team of mechanics, caterers, even a masseuse, so busy gentlemen such as Sloss can enjoy a day of pedal to the metal action and blow off some steam. It is an expensive way of blowing off steam, but boy is it effective!

Ferrari FXX K, as you know, is based on the LaFerrari road car. In the FXX everything is turned up to elven; from the power (1,050 horsepower), to the aerodynamics, cockpit, suspension, the lot. It makes the normal LaFerrari look like a family hatchback.

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