How do you decide to spend $52 million a car? For that kind of money, even if it's rare Italian magnificence, it should come with a butler and a lifetime supply of truffle cheese or something.
This Ferrari GTO sold for $52 million, and Travis noted the buyer could've bought 1,700 Miatas instead. I agree, a much more pragmatic car to live with on a daily basis that definitely has lower cost of ownership and doesn't need its own bodyguard. And if you crash one of your Miatas, you probably won't end up on the internet.