Riding Shotgun In The Ferrari F12

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A Ferrari being driven the way Ferraris are just begging to be driven.

The problem with some of the more powerful and exotic cars in the world is that the majority of those who will own them will never be able to realize the true potential of the vehicle. It really requires a racetrack to genuinely stretch the legs of a Ferrari, especially one of the Prancing Horse’s V12 models. So here we see a video of an owner of a new F12 getting to take his car to the track for the first time, and we get to ride shotgun for the experience.

It's good to see a non-pro who isn’t afraid to really put his foot down.

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