Kimi Raikkonen is selling his barely used Ferrari F12tdf

When you’ve been behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car for almost two decades, even high-end performance cars like the Ferrari F12tdf can seem a bit tame. Maybe that’s why Kimi Raikkonen decided to give up his World Championship Edition after not having clocked more than 1,200 miles.

This model benefited from a production run of 799 units, but this particular example (currently listed with Carstar in Germany) was specially commissioned for Raikkonen when he was a member of the marque’s team in 2016. Construction is rather discreet, however, with the only distinguishing design element being a “7” representing its racing number mounted on the roof, and unique embroidery on the seat headrests. Given the car’s exclusivity and ownership history, the asking price was listed as a whopping $2.7 million.

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