One of the most legendary supercars in recent time would arguably be the Ferrari Enzo.
Known for its mid-engined V12 set up and putting out 650 horsepower, it was something to be reckoned with.
And, Ferrari was on a mission to prove a point since everyone regards the F50 as the red-headed stepchild — though they still fetch absurd prices.
While the Enzo is said to have only 399 + 1 built — the extra one for the Vatican — and plenty of them destroyed, they're not exactly common. So when you see an Enzo doing doughnuts and going "off road," it's one of those situations where I just have to ask:
Is this Ferrari Enzo doing the "World Rally Championship" AWESOME or AWFUL?
Click play to see something you've never seen before. It's a 650bhp, blimmin' expensive and blimmin' rare Ferrari Enzo rallying around a farmer's field. The guys behind it are the same people that created the viral Rolls Royce Phantom drifting/ploughing video. And since then they've raised the stakes. However, we've seen what happens when low friction is added to a Ferrari Enzo... and it adds up to tears - so be careful chaps.