Will This Drifting LaFerrari Really Hit That Poor Citroen?

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Admit it: you're only worried about the Ferrari.

Althoughthe Ferrari LaFerrari might be one of the finest and most advanced hypercars onthe road today, all of its performance, agility and power are still very much dependenton the person behind the wheel. So when the driver of this black example inFrance decides to drift into an intersection on a local road, it's really onlya matter of time before things can start to get very dangerous. And for theinnocent driver of the Citroen Picasso seen in this video, things are about tobecome very, very scary. Will the Ferrari pull away in time?

Check out the video to watch how this idiotic move, similar to the one the same driver did previously, results in a miraculouslast minute save.

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