Wasn’t the problem with Group B that they didn’t just kill spectators?
Gaawwd daayyyy-yuuummm! (Given the disturbing tone of the YT comments, I can’t tell if the clearly expressed nostalgia is for the cars, the spectator swarming and daredevil behavior, or both. Makes classic open road racing [ex: Targa Florio] seem incredibly meek in comparison.)
I think it is a car to keep in your living room, to show it to all your friends, I mean, if you are very, very, very rich.
Without that “top speed key”, the Veyron is limited to 340 kmh. Such a scheme, if broadly applied, might have next to no effect on road safety.
Ow, I can feel his pain from here!
Captivates him. In every sense of the word.
The background gif used on the Mini Ferrari web page below of this girl driving a mini Ferrari is just, well, something…
“Mummy, may I have another?”
Haven’t you always wanted to don a white helmet and race a flying contraption through a forest?
Nope. But a zipline sounds interesting.
What am I missing here?
Absurd juxtaposition of a child probably not old enough to drive in a “toy” car that few adults can afford. Call me crazy but it just seems nuts. Not my world I guess.
Ah. I was looking for something untoward in the background
This would make such a cool hearse, almost matching Howard’s E-Type.
From the site: TOP SPEED: Estimated above 60km/h*
*top speed may vary in certain territories due to local laws and regulations
Anyone with the bucks to buy this turn-your-child-into-an-asshole “toy”, can probably get an exception to the aforementioned laws and regulations. A phone call to a mayor who then has a word with local law enforcement. Pookie-kins wants to go fast!