One of the 499 LaFerrari supercars destined to be built is already up for sale at a dealership in Germany. It’s not clear who the original owner was but the car has been driven for about 124 miles and is listed for more than $3 million.
Fiat this week announced it will buy all remaining shares of Chrysler, paving the way for a full merger of the two automakers. This brings an end to a saga that started back in 2009 when Fiat agreed to take on a 20 percent stake of Chrysler following the American automaker's bankruptcy and eventual bailout.
Michael Schumacher is in a stable condition after a second round of surgery to treat head injuries caused by a skiing accident. Tomorrow will be the Formula One racing legend’s 45th birthday.
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