When a Ferrari Enzo was crashed by two dealership mechanics earlier this week, it could've been caused by a number of things. A mechanical issue. An evasive maneuver. A pelican. Not so, according to the man who pulled them from the wreck. It was just regular old terrible driving.
When we first saw a crashed Ferrari Enzo on I-95 in Connecticut yesterday, we were understandably heartbroken. But today the heartbreak is even worse, since it's now come out that the occupants of the car didn't even include the owner, but two employees of Miller Motorcars, a local dealership.
A Ferrari Enzo had a bit of a spin and smashed into the divider on Interstate-95 in Connecticut this morning, thus ruining your commute. But hey, at least you get to stare at a smashed-up Enzo.
Hold back the tears, everyone, this is what it looks like when a red light runner crashes into a Ferrari F40.
Remember that video of the Ferrari Enzo skidding and hooning around a country estate? Here it is in slow-mo, infinite-loop glory.
Put one F60 on a deserted set of farm roads, and you get as close as you'll ever get to a Ferrari Enzo Gymkhana video.
The Ferrari F40 is arguably one of the most beautiful modern Ferraris, but there's no argument that it's the most bonkers. Giant turbos, huge wing, and no serious driver aids to speak of, it is not easy to drive (they crash all the time) as an owner in Vancouver discovered yesterday when he wrecked one in the rain.
A British expat fled Dubai last year, leaving his $1.6 million Ferrari Enzo behind to gather dust. On Wednesday, it will go up for auction in what might be the most expensive police sale in history. Why did he abandon the car in the first place?
It's been less than 24 hours since a $1.5 million Ferrari Enzo went bathing in the Atlantic and already we've got a beautifully edited video of the accident and a balanced, philosophical response from the driver and co-driver of the rare FXX clone.
Earlier today, Jalopnik was the first to bring you photos of the custom Ferrari Enzo that went swimming in the Atlantic Ocean. Now we've got a first photo of the rare supercar sliding into the water.
A rare custom Ferrari Enzo (itself already more rare than steak tartare) — claimed to be the world's fastest — crashed into a Canadian lake earlier today as part of the Targa Newfoundland race. No word on any injuries, but the doors are open so that's a good sign.UPDATE
You may remember a certain Swede named Bo Stefan Eriksson. He’s the Swedish criminal-masquerading-as-tech-executive at the smoke and mirrors company Tiger Telematics, makers of the Gizmondo game console, and who, on a fateful day in February 2006, propelled a Ferrari Enzo at 200 mph into a pole on the Pacific Coast…
Rather than let his wrecked Enzo go to waste, one owner has converted his rarer-than-filet-at-Peter-Luger Italian stallion into a 1,000 hp salt flat beast. When we said "Save The Enzos," this twin-turbo Ferrari Enzo was exactly what we meant.
Supercars continue to get faster and more exotic, but there's little evidence to suggest their drivers are getting any better at driving. We've been keeping score. Here's the 30 most expensive cars that crashed in 2009 (that we covered).