After stopping for some fast food.
Let's face it, most multi-million dollar hypercar owners are more interested in letting them sit and appreciate than actually driving them. This leads to many hypercars being sold on the second-hand market with delivery miles for a higher price than their original MSRP. While most hypercar owners are content to park their expensive metal in the garage, YouTube channel TheTFJJ is not one of one of them. This dude likes to take his rare rides and drive them like a rally car. Remember when he took a rare Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse through the dirt?
Seeing a Veyron do donuts in the dirt is a sight you may never see outside of a Forza video game. Now, TheTFJJ has taken the antics even further by performing donuts in a rare McLaren P1 GTR. McLaren only built 58 examples of the P1 GTR, just 30 of which were converted for road use.
Like the standard P1, the GTR features a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 mated to an electric motor producing 986 combined horsepower. The car is valued at around $5 million, making what TheTFJJ does to it all the more unbelievable.
The video begins at the Heveningham Concours event, from where the P1 driver leaves to pick up a McDonald's drive-thru in cliched supercar owner tradition. After the fast food stop, the owner heads back to the event and proceeds to drive the car off-road, performing donuts in the grass, creating a cloud of dust in the process. We know this isn't what the P1 GTR was designed to do but somehow it feels more satisfying than seeing the car sit under a cover in a garage.