Another week, another street race. This time, a Ferrari 458 and a Porsche were allegedly racing in Los Angeles when the Ferrari clouted a wall, ruining the $250,000 car.
This happened around 10:45 last night at the intersection of Van Ness Avenue and Franklin Avenue in Los Angeles. Reports say that the Ferrari crashed into the apartment complex and the Porsche stopped nearby. The driver of the Porsche apparently then got out, argued with the Ferrari driver, and left the scene.
Witnesses said it seemed like the drivers knew each other, which doesn't really make it any better. Or worse.
The Ferrari driver ended up with an injured wrist, the building was barely hurt.
And this is, yet again, more evidence that street racing is just the worst.
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