Ferrari FF Drifting On a Lawn Looks Like a Toy Car

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Have you ever tried to make your debut on the drifting scene with the help of an R/C car? Some of them slide really well, especially if you place some tape over the rear tires or get the floor slightly wet before you kick off the adventure. But let's not get carried away... we're here to show you what a real-life adventure of the sort looks like. With a Ferrari.
Instead of the living room, we have the lawn in front of an apartment building, while the place of the R/C toy has been taken by a Ferrari FF.

The one behind the wheel makes full use of the noticeable incline when playing with the Prancing Horse. Oh well, at least the quiet disturbed has chosen the proper Fezza to play with, since the FF, along with its GTC4Lusso replacement, is currently the only Maranello machine to come with all-paw hardware.

In fact, as we explained in our Ferrari FF review, the Grand Tourer doesn't use a conventional all-wheel-drive system, coming with two transmissions instead.

And, if you zoom in on the wheelspin action in the piece of footage at the bottom of the page, you'll notice the heavy rear bias of the said hardware.

It seems that the Prancing Horse we have here comes with a custom exhaust, as the voice of its naturally aspirated V12 sounds even meaner than usual.

However, while the spotters behind the camera are amused by all the Ferrari FF sliding, we're not quite sure that all of those who live in the building in the background feel the same way.

For one thing, using a Prancing Horse to mown the lawn seems like a rather inefficient approach, at least if you're trying to keep the green stuff in good condition.

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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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