Ferrari F50 Drifts in Glorious Slow-Motion

Burnout

Loss of traction has never looked so good.

Ever since they exploded on the scene with a Rolls-Royce Phantom drifting in a field and a Ferrari Enzo rallying around a farm, TaxTheRich has been in our hearts. Its previous production was the beginning of a series of slow motion videos that saw a Ferrari Enzo power sliding and burning rubber in awesome slow motion. And the high-speed camera is back. This time it’s pointed at a Ferrari F50 you may recall as was one half of a burnout tug-of-war contest.

Following in the Enzo’s treadmarks, the F50 slides, drifts and locks its wheels in wonderful slow-mo, laying down smoky donuts to the sound of dub step.

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