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Jalopnik's illustrious editor may be in Italy enjoying the country's food, wine and fine cars but anyone can remain on this side of the pond and experience Maserati's new driving school at Road Atlanta. The one and two day courses cost a cool $1,800 and $3,400 respectively and teaches how to "extract the most from themselves, improving driving technique and tapping into the incredible envelope of a Maserati's performance, while becoming better — and more educated — drivers." The cost does not include transportation but a first class dinner and hotel stay are included in the two-day program. Sign us up. The name on the credit card? It's S-P-I...

Spy Photos: 2007 Maserati GT [internal]