Apparently so, and the combo makes us drool.
The Ferrari F40 is arguably supercar that the world has ever seen. And back in 1987, it most certainly was. Powered by a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with 478 horsepower and a 201 mph top speed, it was the fastest car in the world and the first one to break the 200 mph barrier. Clearly such a car is not meant to be driven by the faint of heart. The F40 drove like a hyper go-kart. It was made of lightweight materials like carbon fiber and aluminum, so the power-to-weight ratio was enormous.
When you drive a car like the F40, you should ideally be wearing gloves, maybe a helmet, and a great pair of driving shoes. The woman in this video gets into the F40 wearing a red dress and matching high heels (not exactly racing gear). Getting in is a bit tricky, but once inside, the F40 rolls smoothly away. Talk about a departure!