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It seems like there are a few drivers here in Orange county, cali that are crashing their Ferraris... I was going to costco on saturday when I saw a ferrari, Seems like a 360 modena red, that crashed into the side of a utility/power wall and basically the engine caught on fire or exploded. Either way, the back half of the car was charred... the ambulence already took any of the victims away and the cops were preparing to tow the vehicle... t was bout 2 or 3pm in the afternoon... There is no reason a car should be going fast enough to lose control and run into something... crazy
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I wanted to take pics but didnt really want to park and walk to get to the site... i wouldve also felt bad taking pictures if someone seriously was hurt. I tried to find something online but couldnt find anything.. the ferrari was messed up big time... wonder what the insurance pay out would be lol
Hopefully Ferrari will permanently ban the idiot (if he/she survived) from ever buying a new Ferrari ever again ...
HAHA yeah right... I can't imagine any company wanting to ban sales of their product for a reason like that. If the guy is going to pay that much money, they are going to sell him the car regardless of what he has done with one in the past.
Don't be so sure they wouldn't ban them from buying new in the future. It wouldn't be that much of a stretch for a good personal injury attorney to make an argument if this owner bought another Ferrari and ended up killing someone to sue Ferrari for selling them the car, when they knew or had reason to know of the owner's track record with cars. I'm not saying I agree with it, but it could happen.