Remember when you begged your dad to let you take out the family hauler the second you got your learner's permit. Remember imagining pretending that big Buick was a sleek, Italian exotic. This kid doesn't have to pretend. That "L" on the Ferrari 458 Italia is how Britain signifies a learner driver. Which means the kid's learning how to drive on a $200,000 Ferrari.
So that "L" also signifies one lucky bastard. Or maybe not. Maybe the dad hates the kid. How good of an idea is it to put your young heir in a highly combustible car with 560 horsepower?