The F40, built to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary, was one of the last of a dying breed of analogue supercars. Only 1,311 examples of the twin-turbo V8 monster were ever built. Some of which were modified for racing in the ’80s and ’90s, but sadly, most now lie motionless as part of someone’s exotic collection.

Takeshi Kimura of CarGuy is not one of these guys.

This man enjoys his toys to the fullest, going on adventures that stimulate all 5 senses. And one of his most recent outings involves a Ferrari F40, fitted with rally lights, a luggage rack, snow chains, a film crew, and a ski slope in Nagano, Japan.

Done in collaboration with Red Bull and directed by creative genius Luke Huxham, the video simply named “Snow Camp feat. Ferrari F40” documents a winter holiday with Kimura san like no other.

Red Bull F40
(c) Kunihisa Kobayashi
Red Bull F40
(c) Kunihisa Kobayashi
Red Bull F40
(c) Kunihisa Kobayashi
Red Bull F40
(c) Kunihisa Kobayashi