The Ferrari 599XX may be just a pipe dream for a lot of us, but for the lucky few with the resources and the taste to afford one of these exclusive beasts, pretty much gives them the license to rub their 599XXs in our collective faces.

Take this one for example. Over there at the Nurburging race track, a 599XX was spotted doing some blistering laps around the ‘Green Hell’.

As we’ve said, nobody needs to remind us just how green we’re getting at the mere sight of that specific car live and roaring, but just so none of us forget the time we saw a 599XX at the Nurburgring, here’s a video of the Ferrari monster doing what it does best: going full throttle.

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3 comments:

  (473) posted on 02.16.2011

it can depend serious deadly or injury. Ferrari 599 is safety model for front engine-RWD is experience drive race or road. it is not exotic car. it is grand tourer is type muscle car.

  (392) posted on 04.18.2010

That was like the best 15 seconds of my life today. Lol. That was a pretty nice teaser, or stolen shot should I say? Its a cool car and the way that it looks on the track make it look really cool and fast. I hope there were some sounds or any kind of audio for it though, I would have love to hear the engine of that baby roaring.

  (504) posted on 04.6.2010

Impressive perfromance by 599xx. I wonder how fast it can go and beat the Brabus Rocket?

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