What Car Would You Most Like To Thrash On The Track?Though most of our exotic car fantasies involve a track and bubbly alcohol in a novelty-sized bottle spraying into the air, we also have an alternative fantasy that ends with us hobbling into the pit, smoke spewing from the windows inside the remains of a thoroughly thrashed exotic car. If some cars can only truly be enjoyed at nine-tenths, then eleven-tenths must be that much better. We thought we might be alone with Eddie Griffin in this fantasy until we saw the photos of the wrecked $1 million Gemballa Mirage GT, driven by someone who clearly can afford this kind of track day destruction fantasy. Given the chance to indulge your dark side, what piece of exotic metal would you take to the track and meticulously rip apart in an act of gloriously wasteful destruction? If we had just one opportunity to rip a car apart we'd take the Bugatti Veyron Fbg par Hermés, hands down. In addition to the car's cred as one of the fastest production vehicles available, the überluxurious Bugatti costs a cool $2.3 million. It also represents the more-status-than-brains world of car owners who want something exclusively because it is exclusive and could care less about performance. Destroying one by pushing it to the limits on the track would allow the car to briefly live before going out in a blaze of glory. A few hours with this, some forgiving barriers and grass and we could devalue this exotic faster than Lehman Brothers shares. All that would be left is a pile of two-tone bull calfskin and a few pieces of aluminum. It would look something like this. Assuming unlimited track access an unlimited budget and some kind of indestructible safety suit what would you thrash and how would you thrash it? QOTD is your chance to answer the day's most pressing automotive questions and experience the opinions of the insightful insiders, practicing pundits and gleeful gearheads that make up the Jalopnik commentariat. If you've got a suggestion for a good "Question Of The Day" send an email to tips at jalopnik dot com.)