A brand-new £260,000 Ferrari was crashed to ashes just an hour after it was bought. An unnamed driver, who purchased a jet black Ferrari 430 Scuderia, walked away with only minor scars and bruises.
South Yorkshire Police Operational Support wrote: “Afternoon folks, were you stuck in traffic this afternoon on the M1 south around junction 37? If so, here’s why.
“Officers were deployed to a single vehicle collision with reports that the vehicle had left the carriageway and burst in to flames.
“Road conditions were wet at the time and as officers arrived on scene it became clear there was a vehicle well alight.
‘The serious part of this post: Over the past couple of weeks there has been a number of collisions where driving styles have not reflected the road & weather conditions – please take more care.
‘Ps. Here’s a couple of pictures of the previously mentioned sporty motor – for those who aren’t very knowledgeable on cars, it was a Ferrari 430 Scuderia.’
London attracts a lot of world’s most expensive cars to its streets every year mostly from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait etc.
Car brands including Chrome Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, silver Lamborghini Aventador and Rolls-Royce are usually seems in Mayfair and Knightsbridge. Hundreds of them are flown around 3,000 miles right from the Middle East for as much as £20,000.
Source: Technology Pro
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