In a video that’s both awesome and odd, recently found footage of professional shooter Philip Thorrold shows off his multitasking skills.

Not only is he shooting clay pigeons high in the sky, but he’s doing it from the passenger seat of an incredibly rare and increasingly valuable Ferrari 599 SA Aperta. Oh, and the car happens to be doing donuts at the same time, because why not?

It’s an odd way to use an SA Aperta – only 80 have ever been produced, a strictly limited run convertible version of the Ferrari 599 GTB, but sharing the more hardcore and updated 599 GTO powertrain.

This means a 6 litre naturally aspirated V12 engine, producing 671bhp, capable of powering the car from 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds.

But enough of the specs. Watch Thorrold do his thing below.

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