The Bugatti Veyron sure has been in the news a lot lately for a car that is now eight years old. First the Super Sports version had its world's fastest title taken away, then the roofless Grand Sport Vitesse was named the world's fastest convertible. Now is as good a time as any to be reminded of what it can do on a track.

The folks at Japan's Motorhead are more than happy to oblige in their latest video, which shows what the Veyron can do when it's put to the test at Fuji Speedway.

The driver here is 2004 Le Mans winner Seiji Ara, who also provides some insight into the amazing engineering that went into the car and what it's like to put a 1,000 horsepower car on the track. To him, "It feels like it could accelerate forever."

The Veyron may be getting up there in years now, but it's still got it.