Who Crashed A $3.4 Million Ferrari On The Set Of Rush?S

Racing cars are meant to race, not sit in garages and rot away. But racing means crashing, and this picture of a broken Ferrari 312T2 — a Formula One car from the late 70s — on the set of Ron Howard's Rush is one sad reminder of the fact.

The picture comes to us from British racing driver Sean Edwards, whose father Guy Edwards was one of the drivers to help save Niki Lauda from his near-fatal crash on the Nürburgring.

The car is supposed to race at next week's Monaco Historics. Given the cost of repairing a classic Formula One Ferrari, some PAs may not be getting their paychecks this week.

Photo Credit: Sean Edwards