Gran Turismo is one of the greatest driving video games, but Ferrari is consistently absent. I read in CAR magazine that Ferrari charges too much for licensing so they didn't bother with Ferrari. Imagine a Gran Turismo: Scuderia Ferrari Edizione video game... You get all the standard tracks in the regualr game, but Monza, Imola, Mugello, Fiorano, and other world-famous tracks are added. The only cars that you can acquire are Ferraris, from Villeneuve's F1 car to the current F2002, 250s, 308s, F355s, the challenge editions, the F50s, Enzos, F40s; if it's popular, it's in there. You can race in F355, 360 challenge races and all kinds of other races- like a vintage Ferrari championship, F1 championship, etc. And you get a kick-ass intro video, and throw in some video of Ferraris and a video with brief biography on Enzo himself. Now I think that would sell like crazy. And since Sony says Ferrari's fees are expensive, just charge more for the game. I think PS2 games are $50, so charge $100-$200 for the Ferrari edition. Even with that high price, I still think it would sell... what do you guys think?