The Ferrari 288 GTO – Group B Spec!!



A Ferrari 288GTO , epic drifts, awesome donuts and then figure of 8’s round some gerbs. Subscribe for the next video: http://goo.gl/5JTvzN
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The Ferrari 288GTO is the predecessor to the Ferrari F40!! With circa 270 made 1984 was probably not ready for a twin Turbo… Wolf of Wall Street style! Stay Sideways, gymkhana esq, supercarkhana.

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15 Comments

  1. Post By ミヤマクワガタ

    かっちょええー!

  2. Post By CarsNfun

    Nicee fram filter ! Hahah

  3. Post By Shawn Afshar

    classic car

  4. Post By kedr77

    This is a shame that the group B rally class was shut down, before the Ferrari 288 GTO had the chance to shine! This would have brought a lot of competition among the Peugeot 205 Turbo 16, the Audi Quattro Sport E2, the Lancia Delta S4 and MG Metro 6R4! Nevertheless, It was not a waste altogether, at least we have the F40 that was designed around the Ferrari 288 gto turbo engine.

  5. Post By Owen Malanaphy

    If only group B would have lasted a little longer, then we could have seen this and the countach rally

  6. Post By bageli tsandila

    Got an idea for you… Drive the FF as a rally car

  7. Post By Fthresholds

    722 pussies driving teslas

  8. Post By Fthresholds

    Pure orgasm

  9. Post By dimitris panta

    That's how you drive a masterpiece…

  10. Post By Mario dap

    Sarebbe stato bello senza musica

  11. Post By Giandomenico Graziano

    o si ascolta il motore o si ascolta la musica …Diooo

  12. Post By Aaron Handford

    I think this is the most beautiful Ferrari of all time, followed by the 246 GTS. What do you think?

  13. Post By Maurizio Menandro

    A W E S O M E

  14. Post By Lucas Grilli

    The guy on 1:19 is the same on this video in 4:32 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It3_k-G-Ev0

  15. Post By corrioliseffect

    Feels like a Stanley Kubrick film!

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