Especially when going over 200 mph.
The Porsche 911 GT3 is a track monster in disguise. It may look like a 922 with a large wing and a slightly wider body, but the supercar excels at doing one thing extremely well: destroying a track. The owner of this GT3 decided to alter the supercar's DNA and turned it into a half-mile beast with 1,500 hp. That's the same amount of power as two Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SVs. With that much power on tap, the GT3 gets up to 200 mph in the blink of an eye, but something terrible happens after getting to neck-braking speeds.
Everyone thinks driving a supercar in a straight line is easy, but this shows that things can get dicey at high speeds and that there is such a thing as too much power.