i've actually got the video to that accident, with firemen frantically trying to douse the fire out. It's really big, that's why i didn't upload it.
How big is really big? I could maybe allow the upload for a short bit depending on the size.adlinyusman said:i've actually got the video to that accident, with firemen frantically trying to douse the fire out. It's really big, that's why i didn't upload it.
Free videos have a cap at 20MB in the video forum below. Anything over will be for paying members only.adlinyusman said:i've got tons more videos, the 355 premiere video with Jean Alesi and Niki Lauda at the wheel. those are huge (100mb). And my bandwidth in melbourne is way past its limit. When i'm back in KL (the land of the free bandwidth), i'll post em all up if andrew gives the OK.
I'm sad the Enzo is gone too, but we don't know that it was the drivers fault at all, so we shouldn't wish bad on him. Perhaps someone in a SUV ran over him and now can't sleep at night because insurance won't cover the 1.2 million in damages..... I think the driver made it out safe and the car caught on fire after.Testarossa BR said:Wowww big crash, when its gonna be te Funeral?? Well now just have to cry we lost more 1 enzo..and the guy is dead?? if he isnt im gonna kill him
Not too bright, that is what the track is for and driving school.marcos said:This is what they say at wrecked exotics:
- This is what's left of a red Ferrari Enzo that lost control in Houston Texas. It was going 85 MPH around a 35 MPH corner when it hit a curb and bounced off a tree. The engine caught fire and the car was toast. This is the 3rd Enzo that we know of that has been totalled already.
- Houston, TX
- Driver walked away unhurt.
here is another pic...
I've seen crashed F50's... ...but not one that's crashed like this Enzo. Fire damage is the worst case. This wreck is not repairable...adlinyusman said:quite i few i think. i saw a video where an F50 crashed through a divider and roughed a few bystanders passing by.