For some reason, Formula 1 driver Jenson Button is disposing of his supercar collection. After putting on sale his Bugatti Veyron in 2009 and his Ford GT in 2011, the 2009 world champion is now letting go of his Ferrari Enzo.
According to Coys, the auction house handling the car's sale, Button acquired the Enzo in 2009 from its original owner with only 1,180km on the odometer. Three years later and with just roughly 120km added on its odometer--and with Button's name on its registration papers--the Enzo is once again up for sale.
With an estimated price of between £850,000 (over P56 million) and £950,000 (over P63 million), the Enzo comes complete with documentation and invoices, including its full Ferrari service history (with the last service being done in August this year) and the all-important Classiche certification to vouch for the car's authenticity.
Coys describes Button's Enzo as being finished in Ferrari's iconic Rosso Corsa shade and having black, full-leather racing seats with factory-fitted four-point harnesses in red. It's also equipped with a six-speed F1-style sequential-shift transmission, red instrument panel dials, black brake calipers, and xenon headlights.
So, if you're looking for "the best Enzo on the market today with great history and ownership credentials," you can contact Coys at firstname.lastname@example.org.