As i live on campus and my friends are mainly girls, i was unable to find some Ferrari fans !
What a damn shame that you are two and a half hours drive away
As has been said before, owning a Ferrari is not something you do with your head, it is all about the heart.
When I had my previous one, people used to say "you must be rich" ... I used to reply "it took all I had to get it, and all I have to keep it". Which was somewhere near the truth, but worth every penny.
I foolishly sold it over two years ago and it took me two years, two months and 21 days to get back to another one. There is nothing like it. In between the two I had a beautiful porsche 911 Carrera which was a revelation. I now understand that the 911 is the best "all-round" sports car in the world bar none ... but it still isn't a Ferrari.
The feeling you get when you sit behind the wheel and see the little black prancing stallions on the dials, fire the engine up ... all the heritage, the pedigree ... there are few cars that can instill such a sense of awe without even trying.
Ferraris are so special because Enzo built them with passion. Ferrari was not about making a profitable range of cars. The only reason that Enzo made road cars was to pay for the racing cars. It is just a happy bi-product that through this racing, the lessons learned naturally went into the road cars.
It is this single mindedness that makes the older Ferraris so special and give them so much soul.
Sure, there are better cars out there, but not ones that give you as much pleasure in return.
Some one once said that we never actually own these cars, we are just keeping them for the next generation.
You should try to get a ride in one, only then will you truly understand