1200hp Bugatti Vitesse Roadster Rips Up the Track

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Bugatti’s ridiculously fast Vitesse Roadster looks incredible on the track. See for yourself.

Ever since the Bugatti Vitesse Roadster made its official debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, we have been captivated by the French brand's brand-new open-top supercar. As it is the most powerful and most expensive roadster in the world, we couldn't wait to see it on the open road. The Vitesse Roadster is essentially as Veyron SuperSport's guts stashed inside the Grand Sport's body for a ridiculously fast ride.

A pair of 2 Second Club members went for a test drive in the venerable Vitesse Roadster last month on the Paul Ricard track in France, the experience of which they filmed and just posted online. Enjoy the incredible model in the clip below.

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