That's what I did on a Stradale. Round trip cost was sales tax, and $1,000 for respraying the front bumper after two track days. Napolis, a while back, gave a $3 a mile number, and that didn't include gas, tires and so forth. And that's basically what the Maranello cost me after 5 years and over 20,000 miles. So new is the way to go, but be careful trying to catch a falling knife. My old Maranello sold new for $225,000. Original owner drove it 8,000 miles and sold for $200,000. Second owner drove the car for 800 miles and sold to me for $115,000. OUCH!!!! I sold for $75,000 in 2008, after putting another $20,000 into the car over five years. Say you buy a new F458 at sticker for $250,000. If you drive the car for 8,000 miles, you would need to get roughly $225,000 or 90% of sticker to yield $3 a mile. Keep in mind some F599 owners paid $350,000, drove for 8,000 miles and sold for $250,000. So how lucky do you feel? YMMV PS You should also start another slush fund to pay for those "special driving citations."