Not many people want to go on a road trip with a supercar even when conditions permit, especially with a distance of nearly 21,000km, but Will LaRiccia is different – Photo: @wlariccia/Instagram
Will LaRiccia had a trip across 3 countries with a total distance of 12,834 miles (20,654km) passing through the main landmarks of Tijuana (city in Mexico), Pebble Beach (state of California, USA) and Vancouver (city in Canada). ).
In the car, he packed everything he needed for the trip, which was expected to last for two months, including a suitcase, two backpacks, a camera bag, camping gear and a set of golf clubs. When he’s not driving, he’ll work remotely, camp or play golf.
Will’s companion supercar is Ferrari California T. This is a favorite car, priced at about $ 200,000 (VND 4.7 billion), but also prone to problems with wheel bearings – Photo: @ wlariccia/Instagram
That journey was not easy. Super car, although very fast, has never been a good road car for thousands of kilometers. He left with the mindset of “enjoying as if there was no tomorrow”.
Will’s itinerary – Photo: Carscoops
Surprisingly, he actually ended the trip well, even though he was “whisked” 5 times, but was not penalized. Perhaps due to traveling with a supercar, Will sometimes explodes slightly above the limit.
The video was posted by Will on Instagram with the caption: “Nothing can beat this bike when it comes to backpacking” – Video: @wlariccia/Instagram
For nearly 21,000km, the Ferrari has never had a mechanical problem. In the middle of the journey, he had a one-time warranty in Seattle (USA) just to be sure.
“I was so nervous all the way from Alaska to Salt Lake City [bang Utah]. A problem in the middle of the road will make me crazy,” Will LaRiccia shared.
Fortunately, that fear did not materialize. This brave man’s journey shows that even supercars, which are often complained about not being comfortable enough and causing back pain, can be great companions on the road.
Although running on a supercar, the average fuel consumption is only about 11.8 liters / 100km – Photo: @wlariccia/Instagram
A few more photos of the trip posted to Will’s Instagram account: