A teenage boy and a 37-year-old man crashed in a Ferrari F50 last night on a quiet village road in England, which resulted in the boy’s death, according to news reports.
The boy, who has not been named, was pronounced dead at the scene, reports the Daily Mirror. No other cars were involved.
The man was taken to the hospital to be treated, and is now in stable condition. However, as the Daily Mail notes, it is unclear who was driving the car at the time of the crash. The man and the boy were not related.
The Ferrari F50 is a rare, unusual and extreme high-performance supercar. Unlike its turbocharged predecessor the F40, the F50 came with a 4.7-liter naturally aspirated V12 that was developed from a Ferrari Formula One racecar. There were only 349 made.
A police spokesman told the Daily Mirror: “Officers who are continuing this morning to investigate the exact circumstances of this collision are appealing for any witnesses who may have been in the area to come forward.”