The Gumball 3000 Needs To Exist So That The Ferrari F12tdf Can Be Hooned Like This

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What's the point of driving when everyone should just be doing perpetual burnouts?

The Gumball 3000 is long over, but that doesn’t mean we can't still bask in the glory of the supercars that ran it. YouTuber Marchettino captured one of the rarer participants, a Ferrari F12tdf, doing some burnouts and launches. For supercars this is pretty pedestrian, but it’s the subject of this video that makes it unique. We’ve seen the F12tdf on video a few times, but only 799 were made and not every owner is exactly looking to do donuts with theirs in public, although we did call its debut a "hoon fest."

Luckily one person was unafraid to rev up their ultra-rare Ferrari and the world is a better place for it. The resulting video is filled with smoke, black tire marks and the sweet, sweet sounds that can only come from a naturally aspirated V12 engine.

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