This Is One Of The Most Disrespectful Things To Do To A Ferrari

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Facepalm.

There are plenty of dumb things that you can do to a Ferrari 458 Italia that prove you have a complete lack of appreciation for the awesome Italian supercar. What these Gumballers did is definitely up there on the list of stupid and disrespectful things to do to a Ferrari. No, we’re not referring to the wrap on the car, or the decals all over the vehicle. In fact we’re not even referring to the donuts that the driver does, which weren’t half bad actually. It’s what comes after the donuts that really made us cringe.

A ridiculous victory celebration in which the driver and passenger seem to have no awareness of how easily they could damage the roof of the beautiful vehicle. Check out the video to see why these two are totally unworthy of the supercar that they’re driving.

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