The folks at YouTube channel Tax The Rich have a very different relationship to supercars than the rest of the 1%. Whereas most ultra luxury car owners treat their automobiles like museum pieces that would crumble if you look at them funny, the Tax The Rich guys view them as vehicles meant to be driven. Hard.

They’ve used both a Ferrari Enzo and a Rolls Royce Phantom as rally cars. They’ve towed a wakeboarder behind a Ferrari F50. Given that irreverent approach, it comes as no surprise that they put a very rare Ferrari F40 through a Ken Block-esque drift sequence in their latest video, appropriately titled Farmkhana.

The F40 used for the video was the sixth of only seven built and was modified to competition specifications in 1991. The 590-horsepower supercar and was raced in the Italian GT Championship in the early 90s by Luca Sartori. Now the car with such an established pedigree is hooning around a farm. And it’s awesome. Our only concern is what happens at the end there? We hope this Ferrari lives to drift another day.

Justin Tejada is a writer and editor based in New York City. Follow him on Twitter at @just_tejada.

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