Ever go on a nice Sunday morning drive or perhaps to a cars and coffee event? You’re there basically to hang out with other enthusiasts, shoot the shit and sip coffee until about 11 am. By this time onlookers have gathered to check out the festivities and the cars. They bring their wives and kids because for them, this is a car show, not just a place to get coffee. Inherently people come up to you, ask questions and want to talk about cars that they’ve had, or will have someday. It’s all wonderful and part of what makes this hobby great. Generally when it’s time to leave, the cars line up and proceed out in a single file procession. There are those however who feel it’s their obligation to wow the crowd by doing a little burnout or power slide, however if not done correctly, these actions can go horribly wrong. Take this instance that occurred during a Father’s Day show in Hartford, CT a few years back. I’m sure all the owner of this Ferrari 308 wanted to do was give the crowd a little show, but instead he most likely cost himself his car and thousands of dollars in legal fees. So, the next time you’re at a show, just think back to this video before you decide to show the world how great a driver you are.