Driver miraculously survives 199 mph supercar crash

A $1.5 million Pagani Zonda registered in Monaco spun out of control at 199 mph earlier this week on Italy's A10 autostrada. Miraculously, the young Italian-Argentine-German driver survived, but sadly, the black Zonda F gave its life so he might hoon catastrophically another day.


According to reports, forensics have revealed that the driver — a German citizen — lost control at approximately 320 km/h (198.8 mph), sending the $1.5 million supercar into a spin. It hit a guardrail on its right side, lost a wheel, overturned and shot across the roadway, where it collided with a Mercedes — with whom the driver was apparently racing — and came to rest on the opposite guardrail. Both the 28-year-old driver and his 21-year-old Lithuanian passenger were unhurt.

An Italian-Argentine citizen of Germany in a Monaco-registered Pagani Zonda F? Again, thanks to a carbon-composite safety cell, Darwin ignores the baller rich.


Thanks to Giordi for the tip!

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