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Kimi Raikkönen

362 points · 1 hour ago · edited 33 minutes ago

Ok, for those not in the know. This wasn’t an actual invoice nor did Ferrari send it. Grand Prix Diary on Twitter had released an “exclusive” copy as a joke. BILD didn’t fact check and ran this as a story. And here we are, 5 years later.

edit: the article explaining everything

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This should be the top comment! Thanks.

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Even if Ferrari had sent it, it was obviously a joke. There is no way anyone would expect it to be paid.

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what was the actual ride that started the joke?

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Who knew Ferrari had a sense of humour before 2018?

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What they charged was a factual description of events. No need to speculate on this.

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They didn’t, this is made by someone as a Joke

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Geez, even a mandatory tip!

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To be fair it’s kinda the OG price surge of ride sharing.

That and where else are going to find a multimillion dollar car with a world class chauffeur during the middle of a Grand Prix weekend in Abu Dhabi.

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Uber rating be like 2 stars; “Nice car, but Fernando drove slowly…”

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“Also kept trying to force awkward small talk despite the helmets”

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1 star, no passenger seat belts

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This was most likely sent via E-mail as a joke, but imagine you work at a postal service and see an envelope with the official Ferrari stamps from their local postal office, addressed to a Mark Webber at Milton Keynes.


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