I think I have to get rid of the 1992 600SEL V12 because I'm too nervous driving it. The car gets to 100MPH much too quickly and I'm not a 100MPH kind of guy.
It is not uncommon for guys to buy a hyper performance car and then come to the question of what do they do with a car that hits the speed limit in under 4 second and continues to accelerate like crazy while pressing them back with 1 g-force.
The speed limit is what it is and, unlike decades ago, going 100mph+ and even moreso 150mph+ is often treated as though you are worse than a burglar for which you are taken to jail, car impounded, license suspended, insurance cancels, you have a criminal record, and probably are charged with stacked charges including speeding, reckless driving, and reckless endangerment of others - plus a few officers will toss in felony fleeing the police just to do so.
Of course, you can take it to a drag strip - and get humiliated by some guy who dropped a big block motor into a stripped down 1984 Camero with plexi windows and drag slicks set up exactly for drag racing - and that he can't get $10K on the for-sale bulletin board for it...
... or you can - if you are lucky - find a road course track to play on - and risk wiping out our car for which your insurance won't pay for the damage and the repairs so costly it probably totaled the car even if still drivable.
The fantasy and the reality of hyper performance cars are very different from each other. The fantasy of my CL65 is that with the speed limiter off it'll go 200 mph. The reality is that it will be going 74 to 79 mph with an occasional rare dash to 100. 99.99% of the time it is no "faster" than the cheapest used 4 cylinder economy car.
Hyper performance cars are male jewelry. The value is in your own head more than anywhere else. Just like real gold and real diamonds look the same to others as gold plate and QZs, the person wearing it knows its real. The same is true for hyper performance cars. Its not so much using it, but rather the fact that you have it and you know you do. Sure, you can drive a Veyron down the Interstate. But other than LOOK AT ME! and 10 mpg, what do you really have in usable terms? Someone more willing to risk a ticket is going to pass you in a pickup truck talking on a cell phone and you're driving in a pack of cars gathering around you to look at your car.