It’s always a fun thing to watch cars performing doughnuts, but it’s even more exciting when supercars do them as its one way of measuring their extreme engineering. In that regard, Supercar Driver has revealed a video of a Ferrari F40 doing a doughnut in an open ground, no special occasion, just random. When doughnuts are better done on wet conditions, dry conditions are also part of the fun gets the rubber smoking and filling the air better as is shown in this video.
Just a reminder, the Ferrari F40 succeeded the Ferrari 288 GTO and was introduced during Ferrari’s 40th anniversary. It goes without saying that this is one of the best Ferraris ever made, and that’s why if you are lucky to find one these days the prices play around $800,000 to even a million dollars and in this day and era, for a car that doesn’t have air conditioning, sound system, door handles, glove box, carpets or door panels that’s quite a lot of money to spend; but one gets to enjoy old school power amounting to 471hp from a 2.9 liter turbocharged V8 engine.