McLaren blown up after hitting Lamborghini Aventador SV and BMW i8

Several videos of a three-car crash near Atlanta on May 31 during the Gamble 3000 rally have been published online. Fortunately, no one was injured in the crash.

The crash involved a blue McLaren 570S crashing into the back of a Lamborghini Aventador SV that was trying to make a left lane in the middle lane on a road at Atlantic Station, Georgia, just outside Atlanta.

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Unfortunately for McLaren’s driver, who was apparently trying to accelerate in the middle lane to get to Lamborghini, things didn’t end there. The initial crash power was such that it launched the 570S from the ground and into a BMW i8 that was in the right lane.

Despite the intensity of the collision, police reports obtained by Road and Track indicate that no injuries were reported as a result of the crash. The driver of the Aventador, however, was cited for an improper lane change and the driver of the 570S was given a ticket for driving too fast for the conditions.

Another video shows that the incident led to the accident, with three vehicles forming on the road. Driving in the middle lane of a seemingly unrelated Kia Soul blocked McLaren’s path, which had to be slowed down and changed to the left lane.

Adding insult to injury, more videos of the event show Aventador driving himself into a flatbed truck and poking his nose in the road. As one viewer mentioned in the video, though, it was probably the least of the owner’s concerns.

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