What would you do if you were 13-years-old and your daddy had a Bugatti Veyron? Steal it? Sell it? Drive it? Make a gazillion selfies with it? Or ask your dad to drive it on a drag strip?
This boy did the last thing on this list. Actually, his father gifted him with a chance to drive a freaking Bugatti Veyron at high-speeds. The result is amazing, awesome and almost incredible. A 13-year-old child hit a top speed of freaking 202 mph during a ½ a mile ride at the Shift-S3ctor Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack.
Now, you may think that this is a bit too much and it may even be some kind of a felony, but the fact is that Steven Aghakhani drove the Bugatti Veyron at some insane speeds. Regardless of ethics and morality of this act, we are amazed that Bugatti created a piece of engineering so perfect that even a child can drive it without any problems.
We remind you that the Bugatti Veyron is powered by a W16 engine developing 1001 hp. It is a creation so perfect that Bugatti sold 400 of them despite selling it for incredible $2 million a pop.
Obviously, people watching this video did not actually approve such an act. Just take a look at that “likemeter” under the video. We can definitely see the logic behind the lack of likes and it is hard to justify this act regardless of the fact that this young boy probably had more experience with supercars than some accomplished drivers.
On the other hand, we have to look at this from another perspective. Sebastian Vettel drove a go Kart at 3 years of age. Is that responsible behaviour? A whole racing series exists with young boys driving fast cars. So, watching a boy doing 202 mph on a dragstrip is not that bad, is it!?