Just when you all were sick of us writing about rich people spending money and driving fast, comes a story from Utah about a cracked-up Enzo owned by
Richard Losee of Provo. Larry Miller organizes the Fast Pass rally in the land of the greatest snow on earth to raise money for families of Utah Highway Patrol officers killed in the line of duty. In exchange, troopers shut down sections of the state's roads for the participants — who've dropped a $5,000 entry fee — to open their cars up.
Somewhere on State Route 257, Losee lost control of the Enzo at around 100mph and tore the poor car to shreds. Losee was airlifted to Utah Valley Medical Center in Provo with a number of fractures. Stefan Eriksson was unavailable for comment. [Thanks to Scott for the tip.]
Provo driver crashes his $1.3M Ferrari during road rally [Salt Lake Tribune via KSL.com]
Another Enzo Eats it [Internal]