Most owners of rare hypercars like the Bugatti Veyron tend to keep their prized vehicles in the garage or on Concours lawns. But for the owner of this Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse World Record Car, he likes to take his hypercar out where others don’t dare venture. During the recent Heveningham Concours event, supercars, classic cars and hypercars all ventured out to the Heveningham Hall for a wild event. Some cars were parked studiously or trotted about, while others went full speed through Horsepower Hill.
Now, it should be mentioned that Horsepower Hill resembles a rally circuit. So, the fact that the aforementioned Veyron and cars like a LaFerrari and McLaren P1 GTR took it on is surprising. But flying through the Hill at about 150 mph wasn’t enough for the Veyron owner. No, he also put on a show and did some dirty donuts. When you consider it costs around $30,000 to replace the tires on the car, doing donuts in dirt is better than on tarmac. Although, I’m sure the body doesn’t appreciate any rocks being flung about.
Now, enough chit chat. Click play below to see the Veyron do its best rally impression.