Target Practice In An Ultra-Rare Ferrari Is The Most Badass Thing Ever Filmed


This takes "riding shotgun" to a whole new level.

Guns and cars are an awesome combination when the right people are behind the wheel and the barrel. When that combination isn’t perfect, well, fails are inevitable. That’s not the case here, though, as Philip Thorrold (the video’s star) is so good with guns that he has his own shooting school. He also owns a Ferrari 599 SA Aperta. Only 80 of these were made and each one packs a 661-horsepower V12 engine. Thorrold isn’t behind the wheel here; he’s in the passenger seat, locked and loaded.

Watch this expert shooter mercilessly destroy clay targets while his driver does donuts. If anything more awesome has ever been filmed we haven’t come across it.

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