Tax the Rich, the YouTubers who seem to have sprung from some mischievous corner of the V for Vendetta universe, have somehow acquired a Ferrari Enzo for their latest trick. Last time we checked in with them, they were opposite-locking a Rolls-Royce Phantom at high speed all over a wet, muddy field. Perhaps knowing that if they repeated that with the Ferrari they'd end up with a dead stallion and a field full of carbon fiber parts, they kept the action to a mostly paved farm access road.

But still – using an Enzo for a tarmac rally stage is something we would not have though of, and there's a fair bit of water and mud, too. As Joseph Campanella used to say way back when, "What will they think of next?" Check out the video below and prepare to gaze in equal measures of shock, wonder and horror.


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      • 1 Year Ago
      Wow, i've got to say i never thought i'd see that in my entire life...
      Joe
      • 1 Year Ago
      To those saying cars were meant to be driven with respect, come on, the worst this particular Enzo likely endured was some mud on the paint and a scuffed chin spoiler, to me, this one is way better off than those few examples that are likely sitting around with their factory gas tanks (not the tank itself, the liquid) sitting around all cooped up in garages, their oil and gas gone bad, hooked up to battery chargers and the like. I can tell ya this, when the owner of that car actually decides to start it and his engine goes, the repair bill for that would be way more catastrophic than whatever this car endured. This could be worse, After all it wasnt driven into a river like that one from the Targa Newfoundland a couple years ago, or even that Veyron in Texas.
      Andre Neves
      • 1 Year Ago
      What an awesome video. Love seeing cars like these ACTUALLY being "driven".
      Joe
      • 1 Year Ago
      A Ferrari being driven the way Enzo himself would want, this is amazing.
      RWD
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ha! Great license plate.
      XJ Yamaha
      • 1 Year Ago
      I was half expecting Bruce Willis to climb out at the end.
      • 1 Year Ago
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      audisp0rta4
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm glad there are people out there that are willing to drive their "works of art" in anger as they're meant to be. I'm also glad there are the owners who merely wish to act as stewards, preserving their "works of art", for the future will benefit from their care. Now, given the means, I'd almost certainly be in the former group!
      activex101
      • 1 Year Ago
      How idiotic. This moron is destroying a work of art. I'm surprised so many auto "enthusiasts" here are cheering this on. I realize that most Autoblog readers are barely old enough to wipe their own ass, but come on.
        kuntknife
        • 1 Year Ago
        @activex101
        If I can't have it, no one should have it. Destroy them all! Also, I'd rather see this than it sitting in storage and never being used.
        Joe
        • 1 Year Ago
        @activex101
        Have you forgotten Ferraris were built to be actually driven? And not just pansied around town either, Ferraris were built to be driven, and driven HARD. He is actually using the Ferrari for what it was built for. Sure, it got a little muddy but to me, a touch of mud on a Ferrari looks way better than a concourse queen, because thats what Ferraris were built for, to take a whoopassing like this, inspire emotion with that V12 yowl, the sensation, the fury. This Enzo is being used exactly the way El Commentadore (Enzo himself) would want.. And not just sitting in someones garage waiting to be sold at next weeks auction.
        Rochester
        • 1 Year Ago
        @activex101
        You're absolutely right. That video was downright offensive to watch. Nice camera work, though.
      collabplan
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm beginning to wonder if Autoblog's journalistic approach is taking the stories that ran yesterday on Jalopnik and reposting them......seriously.
        Rochester
        • 1 Year Ago
        @collabplan
        Their journalistic approach seems to be occasionally throwing red meat to the kiddies. And it's getting old.
          SpacemanSpiff
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Rochester
          Nobody is forcing you to click on a link AND type in a pointless one-liner here. Know what I do when I come across an article that doesn't interest me? I scroll down more, find another article that's more up my alley. I'm sure not gonna waste my time and others by clicking on it, watching the video, reading others comments, just to go show my distaste for the site in general. Get a life man.
      Daekwan
      • 1 Year Ago
      I love it! Cars were made to be driven. I appreciate this video so much more.. than the rich guy who has a Enzo sitting in his museum with 6 miles on the odometer. And while I understand the Enzo's ultimate home is at a racetrack, sliding around corners (which is something I could also watch all day long).. theres just something about putting such roadtrack beast on the dirt and hooning it around like its a $500 pickup truck that screams even more fun.
      protovici
      • 1 Year Ago
      Love owners that USE their car regardless of price. Just be more careful with this one lol
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