The Debut Of The Ferrari F12tdf Was A Total Hoon Fest

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Donuts and burnouts galore!

Only a few days ago the highly anticipated Ferrari F12tdf (Tour de France) was spotted out in the wild. Since then, the incredibly powerful special edition Ferrari made its official debut during the Finale Mondiali event at the Mugello Circuit. The F12tdf’s debut was far more spectacular than we ever could have hoped. Not only did spectators get to see three of these beautiful 790 hp V12-powered supercars tearing up the tarmac, but they were also treated to some wild driving by race car driver Kimi “Ice Man” Raikkonen who lit up the track with some insane donuts.

These videos perfectly showcase the raw performance capability of the F12tdf as well as its vicious sound and exquisitely beautiful design.

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