BIZ BUZZ: Ferrari race track in Bulacan
Last weeks reentry of the supercar maker Ferrari into the Philippines was met with excitement by the local community of automobile enthusiasts, but also some questions, which the head honcho of official distributor Velocita Motors, Ramon Ang, himself answered.
In particular, the billionaire assured potential buyers that they will not want for good and exciting roads on which to drive their multimillion peso acquisitions.
We will build a 3.5-kilometer track in Bulacan where you can enjoy driving your Ferrari, he said, adding that he understood how challenging it can be to drive high performance cars in Metro Manila.
In Bulacan, you will have a crew who will maintain your car, clean it and keep it in shape, ready for you to drive. All you need to do is go there to enjoy it, he said. And after, you can leave it there in a private garage. Its like having your own pit crew.
Hopefully, Ferrari will accelerate deliveries because, as it stands, it can take up to two years for a buyer to receive the car he orders, Ang said. Nonetheless, the wait should be worth it.