My second question, after studying both the Veyron and the Zonda F with my limited car skills, is why someone would choose the Zonda F over the Veyron. The Veyron has a greater top speed, greater horsepower, and goes from 0 to 100 and 0 to 200 km/h faster than the Zonda F. Plus, the Veyron looks way cooler than the Zonda F. Yes, the Zonda F looks pretty cool, but not like the Veyron, not like the Veyron at all. The Zonda F looks solely like it belongs at a track, the Veyron looks like you could drive it around regularly. You probably can't, but it wouldn't look out of place in your driveway.
I know, it only wouldn't look out of place in your driveway if your home is some sort of six million dollar estate, because the Bugatti Veyron is one expensive car (calling my local dealer, they ballparked it at 1.5 million bucks). But, let's forget price, it's wholly irrelevant to our discussion, and, after all, it's rather gauche to talk about money, isn't it?
Okay, maybe you'd take the Zonda F because it went around the Top Gear track slightly faster than the Veyron. But that's about the only reason, isn't it?
So, anyway, there you have it, what ought to be massively big news – Top Gear took a Veyron around the track. How can you not be excited?