I copied it out for a friend, any typo's are mine: Brian Rosss Ferrari Maserati of Vancouver dealership has spent a year jinking and dekeing like Formula One Ferrari driver Michael Schumacher working his way through back-markers. After falling out with Ferrari of North America, Brian Jessel briefly tried flogging bargan-basement Kia cars from the Venerables-at-Glen showroom. Then Ohio dealer and Ferrari fan Ross he owns Holy Grail F40 and Enzo models took over and saw general managers Bill Murtland and Len Millaris come and go as quickly as valet parkers. Now, White Rock-raised Scott Robertson, 29, is in charge pro tem. I still need more experience to be a GM, he said frankly. But the University of BC Graduate urban geographer and right-wing hockey player looks to have the jobs go-fast attributes. He also has some nifty product namely the $280,000 490-horsepower F430 two-seat coupe Ferrari will introduce at the Pacific International Auto Show on Friday. Theres already an 18-month waitlist for it, and a year more for the $300-plus drop-trop model. Robertson said. And after numerous ho-hum models, Maserati will launch the first designed entirely by owner Ferrari. Its the Quattroporte Detroit would say four-door luxury sedan with a 400 horse V8 engine, F1-style paddle gear shift, 285km/h top speed and a base price of $148,000. Robertson, who has a 2003 Porsche Cabriolet for personal wheels, hopes to acquire a Ferrari likely a used 355 GTS and drive it to more salubrious workplace. Thats not at First and Quebec Street, where Jessel planned to relocate the dealership. Instead Ross is scouting Burrard Streets Kitsilano car row to build a show room and four-bay shop.