Watch 16 Year-Old Drive Off In A Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione

What were you driving when you were in your younger – see teen – years; a one-off Ferrari supercar, maybe?

Don’t answer that, because you won’t be able to quickly process the fact that a teenager – 16 year old, to be precise, per Youtuber Speedracer 38, was seen driving off in the Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione, earlier this year.

Captured on camera at the annual Cavallino Classic, in Palm Beach, Florida, the teenager casually walked up to the yellow-finished machine, opened the door, climbed in and started its engine, before carefully maneuvering it close to some obstacles.

Luckily, the kid seems to know how to handle the 6.3-liter V12’s 769 horses and 520 pound-feet (705 Nm) lb-ft of torque that are channeled to the wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch ‘box, so he didn’t ‘pull a Mustang‘ during the event.

Now, if he is indeed 16, it’s probably safe to say that this isn’t the young man’s personal ride, as his father is likely the one whose name is written on the papers, but even so, it’s still a bold move letting a teen take a prized possession out for a quick drive.

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  • Dmitry Zelinskiy

    and What ?

    • Kaisuke971

      I can taste the salt from behind my computer screen

  • LouInPA

    Dad said I can’t take it over 1200 RPMs

    • Ferris Bueller

      More like, “Dad would be royally pissed if he knew I drove his Ferrari.”

      • Tumbi Mtika

        You have the perfect username for this reply.

  • Akira

    Some outrageously rich people also have children, what’s new. Still he seems to be driving it carefully and not like a douchebag so I’m not even mad, just good for him I guess.

  • Cool.
    Good for him.
    I,m glad that i can see it on video .

  • ira j.

    what does someone like him aspire to one day???

  • Tumbi Mtika

    Cool. Glad to kids like these know what POWER is.

  • Ameer Hassan Tajaldeen

    lucky kid, enjoy it ,,,, when i was 16 i enjoyed driving my dad’s maxima whenever i had the chance…..

  • Eric

    Why do I have the feeling that, in a couple of weeks, we’ll see a post here showing this same car wrapped around a tree somewhere?