A 68-year-old resident of Weston, Massachusetts was killed Monday when his Ferrari 360 Modena collided with a tree, trapping him in an "inferno" as bystanders rushed to help. A 58-year-old passenger was pulled free and sent to an area hospital.
We dubbed December's Ferrari-on-Ferrari-on-many-more-Ferraris accident the "World's Most Expensive Car Crash" because it not only makes for a great headline but is probably true. Want more proof? How about this video of the aftermath. Oh those poor, poor Ferraris.
While we've seen no shortage of supercar drivers hellbent on destroying their expensive automobiles, it seems sometimes potential exotic car owners don't even wait until they own the car to crash them. This Ferrari F430 carnage occurred while during a test drive in Kila, Malaysia recently.
A woman in her late 20s ended an evening of car appreciation at a Boston-area Ferrari dealership with car destruction when she attempted to do a little showing off in her yellow Corvette and a mistimed burnout left both the driver and the car upside down and in pieces.
By now you've probably seen the aftermath of this weekend's massive supercar crash in Japan involving eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini, and a Toyota Prius — among others — that resulted in what may be upwards of $3.85 million in damage. Here's how it happened.
We feel bad for this guy. He did what most lesser Ferrari 360 owners wouldn't dream of, took his car to the track. His tape-job didn't offer much protection when he hit the wall at Palm Beach International Speedway. [WreckedExotics]
Two Ferrari Californias toying with each other on the roads of Sofia, Bulgaria — because that's what you do with $250,000 convertibles — came to a sorry end when one power-slid into a front end loader.
No details other than this image yet, but UFC head honcho Dana White smashed up his custom Ferrari F430 pretty good. It's appropriately bleeding green blood (coolant) all over the asphalt.
A 23-year-old woman flipped her boss's Ferrari 360 on a California road this weekend, thus begging the question: why was a young, attractive woman driving her boss's Ferrari? Oh, right.