"Dutch Police" Ferrari F12berlinetta Goes For Violent Donut Show

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Police officers who enjoy donuts are nothing new, but we're here to give you a radically different take on the matter, one that has to do with no less than 730 hp.
First of all, the donuts mentioned above aren't the kind you can eat. Instead, we're talking about cooking the rear tires. Then there's the police - we're not dealing with an actual law enforcement vehicle here.

Instead, the Ferrari F12berlinetta in the piece of footage below comes from a team taking part in a street rally. And when such an event is dubbed Streetgasm, you can expect its participants to come up with tricks such as the one seen here.

And while the uniform-dressed Prancing Horse might be missing its roof-mounted light bar, the Grand Tourer does have colored LED lights in its front apron. Oh, and let's not forget its ability to emit police-like audible alerts.

As we mentioned in the title, the F12 (predictably) went wild, recently going for a tire-melting session. And, as we discovered during our F12 review, this Ferrari has amazing abilities when it comes to turning its rear tires into smoke.

As for the second clip below, this shows how the Dutch Police makeover came to be - this Fezza started out in life as a Grey machine.

Those of you who have been following the Gumball 3000 Rally over the years probably remember Alex Roy and his Team Polizei stunt. That adventure was much more extreme than the one we see here, with Roy even managing to pull over other participants and trick them into believing they had gotten in trouble with the law. Heck, the guy even managed to develop a particularly odd relationship to the actual police - we've added a third clip below, one that's here to refresh your memory.

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