INCREDIBLE video shows a three-year-old boy tearing a round a race track in a Ferrari as his feet are barely able to touch the ground.
Zayn Sofuoglu handles the £450,000 supercar by channelling the spirit of Michael Schumacher, who won five of his seven Formula 1 world titles in the iconic red of Ferrari.
In the Instagram video Zayn can be seen getting his helmet and personalised gear before clambering into a booster seat in the 211mph beast.
The pedals of his dad’s Ferrari SF90 Stradale have also been raised to help him but he seems totally unfazed and roars off at high speed.
He takes the corners like a pro, as he expertly works the gears of the car, which can go from 0-124mph in 6.7 seconds.
Little Zayn’s racing pedigree comes from being the son of former professional motorcycle racer Kenan Sofuoglu.
Kenan holds a record five Supersport World Championship titles and his talent has clearly rubbed off on his son.
In another video, Zayn was seen driving a Honda Gold Wing 1800 motorbike, despite his feet not even touching the ground.
At the end, his dad has to balance him so he can get off without falling over.
Before Zayn was even two years old, his dad, started posting clips on social media of him riding a motorcycle in the driveway of their family home.
Since then, Zayn, who seems to be following in his dad’s footsteps, has been honing his impressive driving skills.
He can now expertly manoeuvre and park various supercars, despite being unable to see through the windscreen.
Due to his driving skills, Zayn has nearly one million followers to his Instagram account alone, which is managed by his parents.
In another clip, Zayn can be seen using a GoPro camera linked to a tablet inside the car to take it out of a garage, go for a spin and then neatly back it up into the tight garage.
While many adults could be forgiven for being rather nervous about getting behind the wheel of the supercar especially getting it in and out of a tight space, Zayn seems to take it all in his stride.
Even though he struggles to reach the pedals, he keeps an eye on the tablet and handles the car with ease, to the delight of his dad.
In 2021, Kenan, who is also a member of the Turkish Parliament, came under fire for putting his son in apparent danger for allowing his son to ride motorcycles and supercars.