Larry Kosilla of Ammo NYC has detailed all sorts of cars, so he understands that you sometimes have to take a different approach depending on what you're detailing. This Maserati MC12 Corsa was in need of a paint correction. Trouble is, because it's a race car, it has very thin paint. That's where Kosilla's expertise comes in.?
Unlike a normal car, which has lots of layers of paint and clear coat, track-only cars like this MC12 save weight by keeping the number of coats to a minimum. The result is faster times on track, but for detailers, it's another thing to worry about damaging. Using normal procedures to remove dirt and buff out scratches have to be altered to be less aggressive to account for the paint's fragility, which Kosilla describes here.
It's an interesting look at how detailers have to take every little thing into account, lest they be on the hook for a very expensive repaint bill.