There's no cure for idiocy.
A supercar is never the most practical machine, but that's not the point. They're designed to go around tracks as fast as possible, and their complex engines, clever aero, and advanced cooling systems are all designed to work together to make those fast lap times a reality. Many supercars also have the amusing feature of spitting flames from their exhausts, lighting unburnt fuel as it hits the hot exhaust. The Lamborghini Aventador is particularly good at this, and many owners have used the flaming exhaust to draw attention at meets, but those aforementioned cooling systems only work at their best when the car is getting some airflow. One supercar owner learned this the hard way, as you can see in the below clip.
The video comes from China and is presumably of another supercar meet, as we can see a second Aventador and a yellow-wrapped LaFerrari on either side of the Lambo in question. The video isn't shot in the best quality, but we can see that one person is continually revving the car to produce the aforementioned flames while another individual tries to cook what appears to be a kebab off the flames. With no cold air being sucked into the intake, the inevitable happens, and of all the ways to see your supercar meet its end, this has to be one of the stupidest, most embarrassing ways to get your insurer to hate you.
The Aventador in particular has been fraught with fire issues, but no matter what Lamborghini does to fix the issue, as long as it produces flames from the exhaust, idiot owners will abuse the car. Fortunately for this owner, we don't see any evidence of a fire starting in the engine bay. Rather, it seems that the cooling system failed, causing steam to erupt from the car and coolant to pour out of the bottom of the bay. We're also glad that the highly exclusive LaFerrari wasn't damaged as a result. Still, this is going to be an expensive fix, but hopefully, it will serve as yet another warning that revving your engine at a car meet is not a bright idea.