Ferrari Is Building Its Own Theme Park For People Who Can't Afford Their Cars


Yes, it will have a racetrack and Italian food stands.

Ferrari has turned into somewhat of a cash machine lately, and the public can't get enough. Now, Ferrari wants to satisfy the demand by building a new theme park just like the Ferrari World park that exists in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. The new park caters to European visitors and will be located in PortAventura near Barcelona, Spain. It has 196,850 square feet to house Europe’s tallest and fastest vertical accelerator, driving simulators, recreations of famous Italian buildings, and of course, a race track.

Ferrari fans that cant quite pony up the cash for one of their cars can now can spend their vacations careening down the prancing horse branded vertical drop.

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