LaFerrari’s Antiques Will Have You Ask The Same Question As Its License Plate

Watching a LaFerrari speed through puddles and drift around on wet grass might be a bit strange at first, but we can’t help but commend the owner of this multi-million-dollar hypercar for daring to pull out those stands.

YouTube channel TheTFJJ had the opportunity to catch up with the owner of this LaFerrari that sports an awesome personalized license plate reading ‘WTF1’. Their identity is undisclosed, but they clearly do not mind getting their ride a bit lot dirty.

Also Watch: Doing Donuts In A LaFerrari Is Getting A Bit Old, Isn’t It?

Faced with a wet day in the UK, the LaFerrari driver could have easily decided to keep the hypercar garaged and away from any water or dirt – which we suspect that this is what the vast majority of the rest would do. However, he instead decided to bring out the car despite the weather and made the most of it by doing some donuts on the soaked grass and even accelerated through a fairly deep puddle in the car.

While it may be a little weird to see a sizeable fortune on four wheels do those things, the owner really isn’t doing any harm to the car and spinning around on grass puts a lot less stress on the car than doing burnouts on tarmac would. Sure, he does keep the vehicle’s 6.3-liter V12 screaming at high revs for quite some time, but that’s what Maranello’s twelve-cylinders are really made for, right?

 

  • Kash

    Did you guys mean “antics” for the title because these are not antiques that the LaFerrari is pulling. lol. Like I was expecting to see the car to be cruising around looking for things to put in it’s curio cabinet in the corner of the garage.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    What is the meaning of this video? An “How to” on how to mow a lawn with a Ferrari? Or on how to disrupt the superficial tension of water puddles through crossing?

  • Ary Wisesa

    Somebody is having so much fun with his ultra expensive toy. And I like it. What’s the point of working so hard to be able to afford something that you truly covet and only leave it in the garage? Good for him. 🙂

  • eye.surgeon
    • LouInPA

      Yeah, I think they meant “antics”

  • Howfarr

    The reality:
    Ferrari drives through puddles and does slowest ever donuts on wet grass

  • Stephen G

    It’s a car. Built to be driven not end up as garage clutter.

  • Joff

    That looks like the place where Tax the rich used to play with their Rollers

  • FFEMT6

    Money doesn’t buy you commonsense or maturity.

  • Ken Lyns

    Now do it with the F40 😉

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