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This is not how racing should be like

By Faiming_low on 04 Sep 2015 in Videos

Attached Image Can money buy you skills to race? We are afraid the answer is no after watching these gentlemen treat their Ferrari 458 Challenge race cars like bumper cars.
 
For those who have not heard about the Ferrari Challenge series, it is basically gentlemen race series where the affluent can get a chance to become a racing driver and race on circuits around the world. Entering the series will also mean you will be provided a racetrack-only Ferrari 458 Challenge car which is only slightly slower than Ferrari's FXX around Fiorano test track and a team of engineers/mechanics that will sort out your car for you. 
 
Sadly, all that money won't necessarily make you a good sporting racing driver. Watch the video from the seven minute mark to see what we mean. 
 


ferrari, 458, challenge

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Turboflat4 Sep 04 2015 10:17 PM

True, money doesn't buy you skill.

 

But it does buy you the good humour to be able to laugh a totalled Ferrari off.

LiuDeHua Sep 07 2015 12:35 PM

One should be gentlemanly on the roads.

 

But on the tracks, its all about becoming Champion. 

Turboflat4 Sep 07 2015 12:56 PM

One should be gentlemanly on the roads.

 

But on the tracks, its all about becoming Champion. 

 

This is not about becoming Champion. This is about not being a complete goondu (which some of these guys are).

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