Don't mean to be harsh, but maybe the driver needed a bit of physical injury lesson for driving like that in what seems like an average street. Not knowing the exact circumstances, I can still deduce that he was going pretty fast in order to wedge in like that. Pretty dumb and irresponsible. And what a waste of F car. Jimmyhttp://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,24566641-662,00.html
Good to hear the guy walked away from this.
Opps, I mean 360, let me change the subject.it's a 360 Modena, look at the wheels, mirrors and front lights...
I find it amazing, how safe these new Ferraris are, there was an accident here in Brazil, in Interlagos actually, where F1 is at now, a few years ago, also with a 360 Modena, the guy lost control and hit the beginning of the pit wall sideways, and got the car cut in half
the rear half exploded, but neither the driver or the passenger had any serious wounds, since they remained in the front half of the car
I agree with Jimmy...this should be done on a track not on a normal road. Just out of curiousity wasn't this already posted? And it is definitely a waste of a 360....1 less opporotunity for me...