OK, speed freaks, feast on this. As noted in the supporting article, it's footage of a Bugatti Veyron sports car doing high-speed runs on an open road somewhere in the desert of either northern Mexico or, based on the presence of a state trooper at the end, southern Arizona. But this is high speed like you've probably never seen before outside of a racetrack.
I don't think I can imagine ever going that fast. The fastest I've ever driven is probably about 95, when I was younger and stupider and in a big hurry to get somewhere. My younger brother once told me he had put our parents' 1965 Ford Mustang over 100. And that's less than half as fast as these guys were going!
The Yahoo! blogger proposes that anyone with enough money to own one of these cars should also have enough money to rent some time at a test track to wind it up, but I can see why this was tempting. For one thing, no need to make any significant turns -- at least, not on the highway shown -- and thus the prospect of mile after mile running at or above the "double-century" mark. It must have been exhilarating and terrifying at the same time. I must admit to curiosity about how expensive that ticket was, though. Time of your life, eh kid?