Just taking out my Ferrari to go shoot clays (VIDEO)

With a top speed of 202mph, the Ferrari SA Aperta makes an ideal war chariot for those who like to shoot clays while on the move.

A limited edition Ferrari that couples the 661 hp engine of the 599 GTO with some updated styling, the SA Aperta is not your average black pony ride. Which makes its an ideal chase plane for UK clays master Philip Thorrold, winner of several Beretta World Sporting Open and European Iron Man Skeet matches, to bust pigeons from the passenger’s seat whilst the Aperta rolls out some donuts at max rpm.

For Thorrold, calling “shotgun” on a ride means something entirely different.

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