As part of the Icona series of Ferraris, the Ferrari Monza SP2 is one of the Prancing Horse brand’s most exclusive and rare creations, let alone special. Its barchetta silhouette lacks a windshield, being inspired by Ferraris’ legendary classic race cars, and as such, it hides a beastly V12 engine within, boasting nearly 800 horsepower which makes for one of the most thrilling driving and ownership experience any Cavallino connoisseur can achieve. One of those esteemed owners is Steven Victor, an artist and record executive with an incredibly strong foothold in the hip-hop universe.
In the streets of New York, the illustrious hip-hop magnate decided to let skateboarder Tyshawn Jones show his skills in one of the most unique, epic, and for car enthusiasts, nail-biting ways possible: by catching air and jumping over his stunning white Ferrari Monza SP2 supercar. With crowds surrounding the car, parked perpendicular to the street, the jump made it clean over the precious machine with the crowd shouting in excitement. Whether you’re a skateboarder or a car enthusiast, you can appreciate this being an incredible four-wheeled feat. With a video published of the stunt on Instagram, Victor’s fellow Ferrari Monza owner and celebrity car enthusiast friend Swizz Beatz commented, with Victor referring to the two as “Monza Boyz” in the thread. A “pinch me” moment for hip-hop lovers, skaters, and Ferrari fans alike, you can watch the video below.
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