MARANELLO, Italy, June 22 (Reuters) - When it comes to luxury sports cars, Ferrari begs to differ with the Pope. The Vatican issued a document listing its rules of the road, including one warning against using cars "as a means for outshining other people and arousing a feeling of envy". Ferrari's general manager acknowledged the Vatican's concern that some drivers could use the cars as status symbols, but he said most people bought Ferraris for the love of driving. "Unless having fun ...
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