BVIV, A year ago I was in the same situation as you are now, and I also ended-up buying a 2k miles 2008 red Scuderia.
While searching, I saw a few suspicious low-mileage units, including one where they claimed the previous owner had fitted new carbon brakes because the older ones rusted after washing the car (that sound a bit bogus to me). In my experience, if the dealer has something to hide, they get very uncomfortable the moment you start asking specific questions abiut the history or the condition of the car.
I would recommend you ask them to connect the Ferrari diagnosis laptop to show you specifically the clutch and disc brakes wear. In my car's case, they were 3% and 5% respectively, proof (in my opinion) that the car had not been tracked.
Current & past: 365 GT 2+2, 550 Maranello, F430 Scuderia
Other: Mercedes 230 SL 'Pagode', BMW M3 E30 Evo II, Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 and a few other toys.