Pricey Tires? Burnout Your Ferrari on Grass
There are many reasons to love Ferraris. They’re exclusive, they tend to be gems on the track, and even years later they still look striking. But cheap? No, that’s one thing Ferraris are not. So, assuming that you can save up enough spare cash to purchase an aging Prancing Horse, we can understand your need to save money on maintenance costs, tires included. Which is presumably why this Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale driver has opted not to liquefy his tires on asphalt but rather kick up grass instead. RELATED: See more photos of the 2003 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale
Either way, the Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale – albeit 12 years old now – continues to make an incredible racket and can still handle itself among today’s crop of performance supercars. Sure, it only puts out 425-horsepower, but it only has to lug around a slight 2822 pounds of weight.
It beats mowing the lawn too.
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