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Gerhard Berger's Formula 1 Ferrari (1995)
Spain

Gerhard Berger's stunning F1 car from 1995. Its new (lucky) owner is about to get his first test-drive on a private circuit in glorious Andalucian sunshine. Jealous? Me?? Just a pleasure to witness it!

Copyright: Mark Florko
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8276x4138
Taken: 02/05/2010
Uploaded: 03/05/2010
Atualizado: 01/09/2014
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Tags: ferrari; spain; formula1; f1; gerhardberger; motorsport; andalucia; andalusia
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