Photo: source
Photo: source

A few months back we brought you a story regarding what we felt to be the luckiest 11 year old kid in the entire world. the reason for this was his dad allowed him to not only drive a 600hp Lamborghini Huracan, but drag race it against a tuned C7 Corvette. Which he won. But it appears as if that title might have to be passed over to the young man named Steven Aghakhani.

Photo: autoshowtelevision
Photo: autoshowtelevision

It was reported in a article on Motor Authority that the 13 year old Steven managed to talk his father into letting him drive his Bugatti Veyron at the Shift-Sector event held in Colorado recently. I believe this was the same event that the 1800hp Camaro wrecked at over 200 mph, but could be mistaken. Steven’s dad decided to go ahead and let the young boy get behind the wheel of his multi-million dollar Bugatti Veyron to make a run on the open runway. We can’t even comprehend being being the wheel of that level super car, even in its mildest form it still had 1001hp. But this car has likely been modified to produce more.

Photo: turnology
Photo: turnology

Just like the Lamborghini, we have to assume the Veyron is quite simple to drive fast in a straight line. You basically just need to mash the throttle and hang on and do you r best to keep the car going straight. Everything else is up to the car. But even still, putting an underage driver behind the wheel of a car that’s worth more than most people will make in their lifetime is a very risky thing to do. But in Aghakhani’s defense, the 13 year old Steven has been involved in Motorsports his entire life. He even worked up to the position of a development driver for the Lamborghini Blancpain series.

Lamborghini Blancpain car Photo: speeddistrict
Lamborghini Blancpain car
Photo: speeddistrict

We also see Steven sitting behind the wheel of an absolutely gorgeous Porsche 918 which makes us think he’s probably taken that out for a romping as well! Plus it appears as if he drives a McLaren too! Now you see why we decided to hand the title over.