8000 on my Cali in the first 9 months but expect it to average out at 6k per year hereafter.
The fear of putting mileage on Ferraris was surely down to the fact that pre 2000 year cars were fragile and experienced high wear on major components making them costly 2nd hand options.
Since 2000 and the intervention of Luca de M they have become more bullet proof and certainly the new generation ie direct injection and twin clutch models have far lower servicing requirements and built in longevity. So what is this big issue with mileage? Is it just a fear of loss of equitable value..........The rest of Europe just get on and use them with little or no concern about it, I suppose they understand this is not a rehersal.