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Drifting a Ferrari F430 Spider in Vegas – Bullrun Style

Posted in Bullrun, Burnouts, General, Hoonage, Racing Coverage, Videos by MrAngry | July 11th, 2011 | 3 Responses |

Bullrun Ferrari

Saturday evening marked the start of the 2011 Bullrun Rally that runs from Las Vegas, Nevada to Miami, FL. That means 75 + cars that are hell bent on getting from Checkpoint A to Checkpoint B in the quickest possible manner. I was recently in Vegas and had a chance to check out a few of the cars competing in this years event. The usual gaggle of super cars were present including this Ferrari F430 Spider that decided to put on a drift show just hours before the rallies start. The Ferrari sounds incredible ripping around on the top of this parking garage, however the driver probably should’ve thought about saving his rear tires since he has a stout 3,500 miles to go. I’m just sayin’…

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  1. djrosa says:

    wow that misconseption really really makes me boil inside ken block didnt bring rally to the us he brought gymkhana to the us, rally have been in america for ages and ages. but i guess that my whole beef with naming ken block in the same sentence as rally is that so many people i talk to tend to believe that ken block is to rally what colin was to rally. now ken is a good driver but in rally he is nothing special.

    oh and also agreed not the best thing to do at a start of a road rally.

  2. Pozz says:

    thats rob faretti and matt farah cobra r in the back!

    problably not the smartest but the coolest way to start the rally, no doubt!

  3. crispy says:

    Good video of a no-talent idiot. Couldn’t catch a slide if his life depended on it.

    Come on…just hit one pole, please? So close so many times before he hit the brakes to bail himself out of his inability to control the car at a whopping 15mph. Kind of doubt Ken Block – or anyone else – would be the least bit impressed. Driver certainly has the Ferrari look; but not what one might expect from a car registered in Montana.