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18-Year-Old Drifting Ferrari Enzo and F40 on a “Golf Course”

Last time we checked, golf wasn’t exactly the kind of sport teenagers rush to practice. Well, it turns out things have changed. Apparently, our generation has been left behind. Teens do play golf these days, it’s just that they use drifting Ferraris for the job.
18-Year-Old Drifting Ferrari Enzo and F40 on a “Golf Course” 1 photo
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Let’s take the 18-year-old in the videos below, for instance. He’s not exactly shy when it comes to taking a Ferrari F40 and an Enzo out on the grass and playing the sideways game.

However, before we move any further, we have to mention the teenager explains the location used for the slip angle adventure is not a golf course. To our eyes, it looks like one of Britain’s best clubs of this kind. And while we won’t give names to keep things undisturbed, we’ve decided to settle for the idea that he drifted on a “golf course”. This way nobody gets in trouble.

The first thing that draws attention here, besides a driver who barely got his license and gets to do this, is the handling difference between the two. The longer wheelbase of the Enzo clearly makes it the better sliding car here.

While we are threatened with a complete video release, we are offered a pair of interesting perspectives for now, an aerial and a terrestrial one.

Regardless, we salute the vehicle choice here. Everybody who’s even deep a toe into car culture knows that, if you want to choose two great Maranello halo cars of the past, you’ll skip the F50 and go for the F40-Enzo pair.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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