A Ferrari 599 owner in Australia drifted into oncoming traffic and hit two motorcyclists head-on in October. One rider was in a coma for two weeks and suffered a broken back and hip. The Ferrari owner? Back on the road.
Carlo Vaccari, 64, was found guilty of reckless driving in an Australian court and ordered to pay $6,000 to two road charities, but kept his license. Andrew Hosemans, the injured motorcyclist, says Vaccari has never expressed any regret over the accident, despite Hosemans' life-threatening injuries.
"He never admitted fault, never said sorry," Hosemans told the Geelong Advertiser. "I actually felt a bit disappointed for him, just not being able to own up to the fact you've been a fool." (H/t to Kobolowski Tires!)