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Ferrari made lots of money in calendar year 2008. Relatively speaking, Ferrari sold lots of cars. They sold lots of cars in lots of places; thereby making lots of money in lots of places by selling lots of cars. But Ferrari also sells lots of stuff. That helps with the money making. Want details? Check out the Numbers and the $$$ below.

17.6 – Ferrari’s Return on Sales, measured in percentage points, registered in 2008, up from 15.9% in 2007
1,921,000,000 – Ferrari revenues in 2008, measured in €, an increase of 15.2% over 2007
18 – percent of revnues devoted to research and development in 2008
16 – total victories in the Formula 1 Constructor’s Championship as of Kimi Raikkonen/Felipe Massa’s team effort in 2008, with eight team championships in the last ten years
6,587 – total Ferrari sales deliveries in 2008
2 – percentage worldwide sales growth for Ferrari in 2008
1,700 – total Ferrari sales deliveries in 2008 in North America, 26% of the world total
23 – percentage growth in Ferrari sales in eastern Europe compared with 2007
366 – total Ferrari sales deliveries in the Middle East and South Africa combined, bumped up 12% from 2007
1,089 – total Ferrari sales deliveries in the Asia-Pacific region, with 433 in Japan and 212 in China, up 15 and 20 percent respectively
339,000,000 – Ferrari’s trading profit in 2008, as measured in €, an increase of 27% over 2007
25 – total Ferrari retail stores across the planet which combined to post increased revenues of 16% with all licensing-related revenues up 35%
3,000 – total Ferrari employees to which €4,000,000 was devoted to new structural work at facilities and specialist training
4 – main models in Ferrari’s vehicle lineup: F430 (with Spider, Scuderia, and 16M derivatives), 599 GTB Fiorano, 612 Scaglietti, and the California hardtop convertible which only began deliveries in 2009