Button's 'stunning' old Ferrari may fetch 1m pounds at auction
London, Oct. 5 (ANI): A stunning Ferrari, which was once owned by Formula One star Jenson Button, is expected to fetch 1 million pounds at an auction.
The 217mph classic red Enzo has only done 800 miles but has the 2009 champion's all-important name still in the logbook, The Sun reports.
According to the report, Jenson, 32, bought it in 2008 and sold it last year, but the fierce rivalry between his team McLaren and Ferrari meant he could not publicise the sale.
That buyer is now selling the car, which has been described as "simply stunning" in the auction catalogue.
The car, which has an estimate price of up to 950,000 pounds, more than double the 418,000 pounds it cost when it was built in 2004, could possibly break through the 1million pound mark, the report said.
Jenson's old car will be sold at Coys in Ascot, Berks, on October 13. (ANI)
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