Tax the Rich Returns With Ferrari F40 GT “Farmkhana”
Oh, how we missed you.
We've really missed the popular YouTube channel Tax The Rich. Whoever the faceless owner (or owners) of the channel are, they have access to a rather unbelievable stable of vintage supercars. Unlike most supercar owners, the fleet is often used in rather unconventional ways, including drifting a Rolls-Royce Phantom around a grassy field, tearing down a muddy farmroad in a Ferrari Enzo, or towing a wakeboarder behind a Ferrari F50. Now, after a year of inactivity, Tax the Rich returns with a new video of what they call "Ferrari F40 GT Farmkhana."
Not content with featuring just a simple Ferrari F40, the faceless driver arrives on-camera with the sixth F40 prototype, that was later converted to "GT" specification by famed Ferrari preparer Michelotto.
Right out of the gate, the distinctive white-and-blue GT smokes the tires, and makes its way through the cone-lined course. Traditionally, Gymkhanas performed by drivers like Ken Block leave the vehicles in destitute condition, after undertaking jumps, collisions, and punishing off-road stints. Understandably, the F40 GT isn't subjected to too much violence, as the car holds a tremendous value.
After a few donuts and knocked-over cones, the GT rips through a warehouse, ending the joyride.
Take a look at the Ferrari F40 hooliganism in the video below.