F1 Driver Sebastian Vettel Shows How to Drive the LaFerrari Aperta

A nostalgic nod to the brand’s iconic racing cars.

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Ferrari has released a video of top F1 driver Sebastian Vettel drifting the new LaFerrari Aperta, in honor of the brand’s 70th anniversary. The promotional clip shows all 12 cylinders of the hypercar being pushed to its limits on a race circuit, while the brand’s iconic race cars from the past make cameos in the reflection. The LaFerrari Aperta was introduced at the Paris Motor Show, sporting special “70th anniversary” badging and limited to a run of just 209 cars. Take a look at the exhilarating clip above.

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