Warp factor 8, Mr Reid!

Not many people can drive a Noble M600 as it was meant to be driven. It's one of the last analog supercars, meaning that you get 650 turbocharged horsepower attacking the rear wheels through a six-speed manual while nothing keeps you on the road except for those beefy rear tires and your own skill.

Anthony Reid might have bad memories from this year's Festival of Speed after crashing a classic Aston Martin race car up the hill, but make no mistake: Nobody knows the place better than this guy.

See what he could do with Noble's amazing supercar and be amazed:

Yes, I do love the Noble M600.