BMW didn't make many M1s back in the day. Just 453 were produced, and 20 of those became race cars. That's why the survivors tend to command extremely high prices at private sales and auctions. But would you pay $125,000 for a completely wrecked one?
Remember last week when we dutifully and sadly told you about the first McLaren P1 crash in America? The one in Texas? Well, it turns out the 27-year old owner had the car less than a day. It's a good reminder that if you buy a supercar, maybe take a couple of days to feel it out before going all crazy.
Japanese-American tuner Liberty Walk was proudly displaying their wide-body Ferrari 458 at some sort of SEMA event overnight when the driver of a tuned Jeep proudly displayed what Jeeps are best at: Crashing into stuff. Everyone then freaked out.
Hold back the tears, everyone, this is what it looks like when a red light runner crashes into a Ferrari F40.
The maxim "If you want something done right you should do it yourself" usually does not apply to car cleaning, but the owner of this Ferrari 458 Italia who loaned their precious Italian sports car to mobile car cleaning service probably regrets outsourcing that particular job given what's left of the car.
Lamborghinis tend to be all about noise and destruction and fire and noise and destruction, because that's what they do. Unfortunately, it seems like the driver of this beautiful white Murcielago took that to its natural conclusion, which is in a fence.
A crash near Ann Arbor, Michigan claimed this 2013 SRT Viper with manufacturer license plates. It may be the first new Viper to crash outside of a race course. (Update: According to news reports, the driver was killed in this crash. See details below.)
All-wheel-drive means you can safely drive however you want in any kind of weather conditions, right? Right? No?
You guys ever gotten presents from a car company after you wrecked one of their cars? No? Weird, me either. I guess that only happens for DJ Afrojack.
This is Nick van de Wall. He is a DJ and a music producer from the Netherlands. He goes by the name of Afrojack. This is his crashed Ferrari 458 Italia. And this is the life lesson he learned today.
Remember when British comedy megastar Rowan Atkinson skirted death by crashing his McLaren F1 and lived to tell the tale? Well, he just got it fixed. He's probably very happy to get the supercar back, but I'm sure his insurance company is crying into their beers tonight.
Another weekend, another supercar fire.
Police in Johannesburg, South Africa are investigating a bizarre crash from Thursday that claimed the life of an Audi R8 driver and a police officer who was also inside the car.
I've said it once, and I'll say it again: Just because you can afford a powerful and fancy car doesn't mean you have the skills to drive one.
Motorists in Florida had a strong showing in 2012, and now it looks like they're off to a strong start once again in 2013!
We've got some crazy news coming out of Los Angeles this evening: TMZ is reporting that a paparazzi photographer was killed in a crash while attempting to snap photos of Justin Bieber's Ferrari.
Quick question: When can you buy a Lamborghini Murcielago for just $10,600? The answer: When it's been so trashed that it no longer even resembles a car, save for an errant tire here and there.