Powersliding A LaFerrari Aperta Like This Takes Balls Of Steel

The owner of this black LaFerrari Aperta is clearly quite well-versed when it comes to powersliding his hybrid hypercar. In fact, there probably aren’t many people outside of the Ferrari factory who are so comfortable driving the LaFerrari at the limits of adhesion.

The driver in question goes by the name of powerslidelover on Instagram and has become quite familiar to many car enthusiasts in recent years. The driving fanatic owns an impressive array of exotics and is not afraid to push them to their limits, regardless of how valuable they are.

In his latest driving ‘adventure’, powerslidelover found himself cruising down a flowing road directly behind a black Porsche Carrera GT and with a Singer 911 behind him. Not satisfied with simply keeping up with the Carrera GT, the LaFerrari owner decided to powerslide his way out of most corners, putting on a smoky display for the Singer – and all of his Instagram fans.

Also Watch: Ride Onboard A LaFerrari Aperta Going Very Fast Up A Thrilling Hill Climb

Onboard footage shows its owner performing perfectl -controlled third-gear powerslides at well over 100 km/h (62 mph), highlighting how controllable the LaFerrari can be despite its massive output. Taking the car to those limits, however, takes not only a finely set-up chassis and great driving skills, but balls of steel too.

The LaFerrari Aperta is limited to just 210 examples worldwide and is powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.3-liter V12 paired to an electric motor that deliver a combined 950 hp. Only Ferrari’s most valued clients were given the opportunity to order one, and used examples are worth well in excess of $5 million.

 

  • Six_Tymes

    that one slide didn’t look too good. but hey, if you have money to burn…

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  • Mark Hawthorne

    But seriously, keep that kind of driving for the track.

    • Vassilis

      Well, yeah, but they are all alone so I don’t think it’s a big issue.

      • Mark Hawthorne

        …said everyone who crashed into a car pulling out from a hidden drive on a winding route

        • Vassilis

          Well, you do need to have some brain in your head and be cautious or don’t even do such things where there are hidden drives. Also, there don’t seem to be any of those in this particular video.

    • Shobin Drogan

      I could be wrong but that road looks very familiar, reminds me of a test track autocar always uses.

  • Mike anonymous

    “…When they call you from the restaurant to tell you that the kitchen is closing in 10 minutes!”

    But when you decide to take the track (and drive in a literal (figurative) circle) to get there?.

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