Singapore Daily Photo: Red Ferrari

If I had a million dollars to spare the last thing I would do is buy a Ferrari as I am not that into cars. I just can’t justify to myself ever paying for much for something like that. B appreciates cars a lot more than me, so when he pointed it out to me, I took some photos of the red Ferrari in Orchard Road.

In Singapore there is no use speeding or vrooming engines. You’ll just end up at the next traffic light. It’s a bit silly to me and as you can tell, I totally don’t have a need for speed.

Loads of people are caught up by the F1 (formula one race) fever in Singapore, which is this weekend, and someone came up with a great marketing idea of a balloon race car, at Borders.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

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3 Responses to Singapore Daily Photo: Red Ferrari

  1. Ferraris are not for everyone. Although driving fast is a factor, it’s not just about speed. It’s one of the finest sports cars ever made. It’s a lot of fun to drive – even at the speed limit. If you ever get a chance, you need to actually drive one. Perhaps a nice read convertible.

    You can rent them by the way: http://luxe-car-rental.com Is this place anywhere near where you live? You should check it out, even if it is just to look. Maybe they’ll let you drive it around the block to wet your appetite. Just tell them some guy recommended you to their store and you’re still thinking about it. 😉

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