World’s Most Expensive Pagani Zonda Record Already Beaten
This wasn’t the only expensive exotic that was sold at the Abu Dhabi auction, either. Michael Schumacher’s championship-winning 2002 Ferrari F2002 sold for a final $6,643,750, making it the second most valuable Formula1 car ever sold at auction, second only to the Schumacher Ferrari F2001 which RM Sotheby’s sold for $7,500,000 in 2017.
A 2015 Ferrari FXX K, the first of its kind ever offered at auction, also sold for $4,281,250 and a 1982 Ferrari 126 C2 raced to victory by Patrick Tambay at the 1982 German Grand Prix and driven to pole position and 3rd place by Mario Andretti at the Italian Grand Prix fetched $2,143,750.
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