Stole this from Pistonheads - June 27 (Bloomberg) -- A German businessman is suing Ferrari SpA because he claims his new sports car doesn't reach the top speed of 300 kilometers (180 miles) per hour advertised in the company's brochure, Bild Zeitung said, citing the man. The 60 year-old driver from Berlin, identified only as Joerg W., told the newspaper that his Ferrari Challenge Stradale car can't go faster than 282 kilometers per hour and he wants a refund. The man paid 168,115 euros ($204,427) for the vehicle and waited 18 months for it to be delivered, Bild reported. Ferrari, which is controlled by Fiat SpA and makes the Formula One racing car driven by Michael Schumacher, is refusing to give Joerg W. his money back, according to Bild. The dispute will now be decided by a local court.