When A Bugatti Veyron Races A Star Soccer Player, Things Get Dicey

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If a machine made by man beats a man, does man still win?

Athletes and supercars usually draw comparisons, and for a good reason. Athletes are the most able of humans and supercars are the most athletic of the car world. But is it fair for cars to compete with their creators? Freestyle soccer player Soufiane Touzani thinks so and he’s going to prove it by competing against the .01 percent of the car kingdom: the Bugatti Veyron. Bugattis seem to be drawn to soccer because this isn’t the first time that a Bug has raced man.

Watch as Touzani tries his best to skillfully maneuver a soccer ball through the legs of 25 people faster than a Veyron can lap the Eiffel Tower.

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