One reason for the car's continued strength is the formation of two-or three-person syndicates to help spread costs around and make those $10 million autos easier to attain. "You won't see the doubling and tripling in as short a time," says Fritz, "but you won't see many lose money, either."
Regardless of what happens to the Ferrari market, it has been forever changed. The car has been taken from the enthusiast and given to the collector. An automobile famous for its performance, its power, its racing victories has become too valuable to drive.