Verstappen forks out $1.75 million for Ferrari ride!

Max Verstappen’s criticism of Ferrari in the recent past apparently hasn’t diminished the Red Bull Racing driver’s infatuation with the legendary Italian manufacturer’s road cars.

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According to Italy’s Gazetta dello Sport, Verstappen has forked out an estimated $1.75 million for the privilege of owning an example of the House of Maranello’s limited-edition Monza SP2 roadster.

The stunning and elegant machine – whose well-heeled owners include celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey and Swedish footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic – is powered by a naturally aspirated 6,496 cc engine that outputs 799bhp!

However, Verstappen will need to wait until next year before taking delivery and straddling his exclusive prancing horse.

As a reminder, the 22-year-old took aim at the Scuderia last year, saying the Italian outfit’s sudden under-performance at the US Grand Prix suggested the team had previously been bending the rules.

At the time, Ferrari responded angrily to the Red Bull charger’s allegations, so its unlikely Verstappen enjoyed any sort of discount on the Monza SP2!

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