The Ferrari F40 And Enzo Were Made For The Track And Not The Grass, Right?


Doubtful Ferrari would approve of this.

We’ve seen plenty of videos showcasing the Ferrari F40 and Enzo tearing up the track. If not on the track, these two definitive Ferraris are often at a standstill, meaning on display at a show. Sure, sometimes you see them driving in traffic, but let’s admit that’s rare. And then this happened: these guys took their Ferrari F40 and Enzo, respectively, out to a nicely landscaped location and basically killed grass by drifting and sliding.

What they were really doing was filming sequences for some drone videos, but someone was also on hand to film things from the ground. This is the result, and it must have been just ridiculous fun.

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