Professional skateboarder and daredevil Tyshawn Jones did an ollie over a $5 million Ferrari Monza.
In skateboarding jargon, an ollie is when the rider leaps into the air with their skateboard without using their hands to lift the board.
It’s a complicated trick in its own right, so we can only imagine the pressure of throwing a super rare and expensive Ferrari Monza into the mix.
Tyshawn himself shared a video of the stunt to his Instagram and fair play to him, he actually missed the Ferrari by a decent margin.
Obviously, it must be said that the Ferrari Monza isn’t exactly tall.
With a height of just 1.1m (45 inches), it’s the perfect supercar for an ollie, isn’t it.
The Ferrari Monza in question belongs to record executive Steven Victor.
Victor is the CEO of Victor Victor Worldwide, a subsidiary of Universal Music.
In the caption, Tyshawn thanked Steven Victor for letting him use his Ferrari for this stunt and told Ferrari he’d “be a great ambassador [for the brand]”.
Now, we wouldn’t be too sure about that.
Mainly because everyone knows the automaker has super strict policies when it comes to what people do with its cars.
Then again, at the end of the day, the car wasn’t damaged during the stunt.
The Ferrari Monza SP was unveiled in 2019 as a special-edition speedster.
It’s available as a single-seater sports car (SP1) or as a two-seater (SP2), and the price starts at $1.6 million.
Production is limited to 499 units in total.
Engine-wise, it uses the same 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 as the 812 Superfast, putting out 799 horsepower and giving it a 0-60 mph (97 km/h) of 2.9 seconds.
With no windshield, imagine that.