W​atch a Ferrari Monza SP2 owner snow drift it

W​hat warranty?

43w ago


E​xotic car buyers, especially Ferrari buyers are well known for being truly pedantic and extraordinarily careful with their cars. Simply because when it comes time to sell your prancing horse the new buyer will likely ask for $10,000 off the price for every mile of driving that hasn't been done on a road surface that isn't made of the tears of Enzo Ferrari himself.


T​his Ferrari SP2 owner, however, seems to have other plans. In a video published just a few days ago this owner can be seen drifting his multi-million dollar SP2 around what seems to be a very snowy surface. Surrounded by snowbanks nearly twice as high as the car itself, it can be seen merrily sliding from side to side without a care in the world.


N​ow, some people may call this stupid but I call this fun! If you are willing to spend millions on what is essentially a toy you might as well go out and enjoy it. Furthermore, if you are able to pay over $1.8 million for a car you can probably afford to loose some resale value, even though the car is likely to appreciate with time given its rarity.


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Comments (4)

  • Finally, someone who drives their expensive supercar

      9 months ago
  • Ah yes powerslidelover the man who drifts all his cars

      9 months ago
  • Reminds me of the yellow 275 GTB rally car. What a lad

      9 months ago
  • Buys exquisite Italian racing car. Uses cheap Star Wars toy to cover his face. Meh, that is casual...

    Anyone notice the old Porsche in the background at the ski resort by the way?

      9 months ago


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