On the way to work today, many of us noticed several donut establishments crammed with the law. Officers in blue seem to appreciate a good confectionary as much as we do, so now is the perfect time to do a few donuts. In honor of National Doughnut Day, we have a dozen cars that are perfect to make smokey spins.
Why: It has viewports in the doors so you can navigate your way through your tire smoke. Oh, and do it for Ayrton! They are on their way to the US, so in the meanti,me our dealers will be happy to discuss the 720S with you.
Ken Block’s (Anything)
Why: Any of the Hoonigan builds are made for destroying rubber in an epic fashion! His latest is the wild AWD Ford Focus, so click this link to find out more!
Black Pontiac Trans-Am
Why: If you want to run blocker for bootleggers, you could distract all the officers with a convoy of Krispy Kremes. If you don’t like the disco-era 1977 examples, our friends at Trans Am Depot will build you a new one.
Richard Petty’s Daytona Winning Plymouth Superbird
Why: Our friend Tod Werner owns Statement Marine, and he has a Mopar collection that will take your breath away. Richard didn’t believe it was the race winner until he got behind the wheel. This is the 1970 Daytona 500 winner, fully restored. Imagine spinnin’ in circles in this iconic car.
Why: because hybrids produce less harmful pollution. Tire smoke is safe right? Plus we have a new one downstairs that needs a good spin. The LaFerrari Aperta is just as capable, but the burning rubber might ruin your hair.
Why: It has a massive V12 and All Wheel Drive. And if is a stick shift, Murci Murci Me!
Diesel Chevy Silverado HD on 40″s
Why: Because Fab Fours did not lift this truck. It has stock suspension to keep you safe and preserve your warranty. The Duramax Diesel is backed by an Allison transmission, an indestructible powertrain.
BRABUS G Wagen
Why: 850 twin turbo horsepower is sent to three locking differentials. What more could you ask for? Bodo Buschmann built brutal Geländewagens
Ferrari F12 on ADV.1 Wheels
Why: Because the F12berlinetta is a 731 hp masterpiece that needs regular exercise. And you could be its trainer!
Backdraft Racing Roadster (in your living room)
Why: Inside donuts require a bit more effort, especially when it comes to the Homeowners Association. Nothing says you made it like a Backdraft Racing Cobra.
Bugatti (Veyron or Chiron)
Why: Four turbos and sixteen cylinders. And if you have a Veyron the cost for new tires is $17,000, then you must pay $70,000 to have them mounted at the factory in France. This might be the most expensive donut ever.
Aston Martin Vantage
Why: The new Vantage from Aston Martin is an elegant English Grand Tourer, but that doesnt mean it cant slide with the best of us. Driving an Aston Martin looking out of the side window is on my bucket list.
Dale Earnhardt Jr’s Daytona 500 Car
Why: Because the restrictor plate that is mandated for Daytona & Talladega was removed, so this car makes around 900 horsepower. We had it on display for a few months and was quite unlike anything else in the collection. It was hard for us not to take it out back for a couple of spins.
Those are the 12 cars we would choose, but in the old days a baker would usually give you one more for the road. So our choice for the Baker’s Dozen is:
Your Boss’s Car!
We don’t recommend doing this in your boss’s car, but our CEO decided to show us what the Audi R8 V10 is capable of.