Ah, the humble steering wheel--circular apparatus designed to maneuver modern land vehicles right or left, correct? Wrong. It may have started that way, but in Ferrari's hands, the Formula One steering wheel has evolved exponentially to become a full-on computer system that can cost upwards of 100,000 pounds (that's $156,400). Each.During a recent trip to the Galleria Ferrari museum in Maranello, Italy, we had the opportunity to go hands on with several slices of F1 history. The first of these was the enormous wheel on the 1963 Ferrari 156 F1-63. This model had a circumference roughly as large as the moon and was built of wood and metal. If you were unfortunate enough to smack your head on one during an accident, it would leave quite a bruise. Not to mention a touch of internal hemorrhaging. Or a sprinkling of death.