This year’s Gumball 3000 rally has gathered some of the hottest and rowdiest supercars around.
One of the standouts is a rare Ferrari F12tdf, produced in just 799 units, owned by Canadian test pilot and entrepreneur, Josh Cartu, who chose to do a long burnout to keep the crowds entertained.
Even though some might be a bit disappointed from the actual burnout, the sound of the 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, producing 770 HP and 705 Nm (520 pound-feet) of torque, will make you turn up the volume.
The rally started on May 1 in Dublin, Ireland, with the contenders covering roughly 3,000 miles (4,828 km) behind the wheel of their powerful vehicles, passing through Manchester, London, Luxembourg, Prague and Budapest. In the final stage of the rally, they will arrive in Bucharest, Romania, on Friday, May 6, where they will stay for another day to participate in various public events.