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Google VP Benjamin Treynor Sloss Gets His Stunning Yellow-Blue Ferrari F12 TdF

Ever wondered what aficionados engaged in Ferrari's Corse Clienti (customer racing) program do when they're off the track?
Benjamin Treynor Sloss' Ferrari F12 TdF 5 photos
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Sure, they work hard to sustain their play-hard time behind the wheel, but we're not here to discuss that. Instead, we're talking about the car-related part of such a driver's off-the-track life.

We're talking about Google VP Benjamin Treynor Sloss. You know, the gentleman who lets his wife lap the track in an FXX K, while he uses the senior 599XX.

Well, the man has recently taken delivery of his Ferrari F12 Tour de France. With Maranello's Tailor Made specialists doing their best to help the man spec his F12 TdF, the result is a stunning Yellow machine that comes with Blue stripes. The cabin mirrors the hue combination mentioned above, while also adding Gray to the melange.

Then there's the garage setup the gearhead has prepared for his new Ferrari, with the image above speaking for itself.

But let's see what he had to say about the octane behemoth: "I'm at a loss for words. Ferrari Tailor Made worked with us to design her, and she's even more beautiful than I could have hoped. And driving... LaFerrari V12 howl, balanced handling, and supple ride. Amazing. The TDF is instantly my new favorite GT car,"

As some of you have noticed, when it comes to special cars such as the-the Prancing Horse's latest Grand Tourer, speccing these vehicle has become a bit of a game and social media plays the jury role. And with only 799 units of the Italian GT being brought to the world, this is quite an exclusive game.

And while some of its players go for restrained approaches, with Hugh Grant's F12 TdF being an example as good as any, others chose wild approaches that scream out the Fezza's motorsport DNA.

 
 
 
 
 

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