Is This Ferrari Owner Crazy Or Onto Something?

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Saving weight is key in a supercar.

To make its supercars even faster and more performance oriented, exotic automakers are making the cars lighter than ever. The owner of this Ferrari F430 (aka Ferrari Mustang) decided to partake in some drastic weight saving measures, which included taking the door off. OK, so the real reason the door was removed was because it was being repaired after an accident but it sounds a lot cooler to say it was done for "weight reduction bro."

After seeing so many uptight supercar owners, it’s nice to finally see one that has a little sense of humor. This seems pretty drastic, but it is the best way to make a vehicle lighter.

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