Driver starts out idling, but pay attention to when the hangar door opens

Purchase a limited edition 2003 Ferrari Enzo - worth at least $2,000,000 - and you’d be forgiven for keeping it in pristine condition, locked up tight in your garage. This owner, however, has no interest in keeping a “garage queen,” evidenced by him taking his Ferrari Enzo out for a raucous spin between muddy potato fields in Wales, UK.
It’s clear the owner knows a thing or two about driving, as he throws the car around the choppy single track roads like there's not a care in the world, burning doughnuts and drifting his way to automotive infamy.
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According to Ferrari, only 400 Ferrari Enzos were ever made. F1-inspired, the Enzo has a unique aerodynamic carbon fiber body that gives it a fantastic down force of 775 kg at 300 km/h. The 5999cc V12 engine throws out 660hp, powering the supercar from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.65 seconds! It’s mated to a 6-speed F1 electro-hydraulic transmission and sits on an unequal-length wishbone front and rear suspension.
After this blistering run, the Enzo in question remains intact, but will surely require a good power wash. Would you have the stones to drive an Enzo with such abandon? Check out the video for yourself and decide.
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