If you had the keys to a Ferrari FF and a large patch of grass to drift around on, would you do it?
If we were in that curious position, it would be hard to resist. After all, how often are you in the position to hoon around in a Ferrari without the threat of absolutely destroying the rear tires and crashing into a wall?
With that in mind, we tip our hat towards the driver of this Ferrari FF who decided to hoon around on some grass just for the fun of it. It certainly makes for a pretty enjoyable video.
We’re not sure exactly where this clip was filmed but we believe it happened somewhere in France.
Of course, drifting a Ferrari isn’t the most productive or mature thing to do with your spare time, but hey, we all need to let loose once in a while. If you have the money for a Ferrari, this is certainly one way to do that.
While the Ferrari FF was replaced by the GTC4Lusso a couple years ago, the car remains one of the fastest GT cars ever conceived. Powering the FF is a 6.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine delivering 651 hp at 8000 rpm and 504 lb-ft (683 Nm) of torque at 6000 rpm. The car also uses a unique four-wheel drive system that includes two transmissions and provides power to each of the four wheels as needed.