Let’s imagine you own a Lamborghini Miura SV. It’s nice, isn’t it?
But do you drive it much? Probably not, unfortunately. You’d like to, but it’s a very expensive thing to own, let alone maintain, and you’d never forgive yourself if something bad happened to it.
Or you could say “stuff that” and take it off-roading through narrow, muddy tracks in a forest with all of your friends who also happen to own supercars.
It seems like this group of people took the second option, and didn’t mind getting their million-dollar motors muddy for the camera.
A Lamborghini Countach, a Miura SV, a Bugatti EB110, a Veyron (of course), and a LaFerrari trounce through a muddy forest in search of sideways action, with no regard for the wellbeing of their undercarriages or paint jobs.
It’s terrifying, but also fascinating to watch people rip through the mud in cars that cost more than most Sydney houses.
It’s only a 40-second video, but watching a Bugatti slide within metres of a tree from a muddy track would be enough to get most petrol-heads agitated no matter how long they watched it.
Speaking of which…
It’s not a supercar, but watching the TaxTheRich Phantom splash, slide, and smoke its way around the property is another good reminder that if you’re not actually enjoying the car you’ve spent up to a million dollars on, what’s the point of even owning it?
There’s something that seems therapeutic in tearing up some lawn, or flinging mud everywhere using some of the world’s most expensive machines.