This video recently hit the web showing Philip Thorrold who is a professional shooter taking out clay pigeons from the passenger seat of a Ferrari. What makes this video even more unique is the fact that the Ferrari is doing donuts while he is shooting and the Ferrari in question is the extremely rare and extremely valuable 599 SA Aperta. Although the video was uploaded to Philip Thorrold’s YouTube account, it was mentioned that the farm they shot the video on belonged to the team from TaxTheRich. As a reminder, only 80 units of the SA Aperta were officially produced as strictly limited run convertible version of the Ferrari 599 GTB, but sharing the more hardcore and updated 599 GTO powertrain. This means a 6 litre naturally aspirated V12 engine, producing 671 hp, capable of powering the car from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds.
Clay Pigeon Shooting Out Of A Rare Ferrari 599 SA Aperta Does Not Sound Like Your Average Day