Is it about the driver of the car with the horse on the grill? In the latest incident, a Ferrari driver proved that their car was too much to handle, crashing into five parked vehicles in the UK last week.
Emergency responders discovered the wreckage of a severely damaged Ferrari SF90 Stradale and its wreckage on Wednesday night, May 25, in Halesoven, near Birmingham. Fortunately, no injuries were reported as a result of the incident, although the driver of the vehicle was not present when respondents arrived. Police say they are now trying to identify them, something that shouldn’t be too difficult considering how exclusive the SF90 is.
A West Midlands Police spokesman told the Daily Mail: “We are investigating after a red Ferrari hit several parked cars on Hagley Road, Halloween last night (Wednesday). “We searched the area and spoke to several eyewitnesses but could not identify the driver. The car has been impounded and we are still working to identify the driver. ”
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A Ferrari lost control on Hagley Road on Wednesday evening. It first crashed into some parked cars.
The driver is fine. pic.twitter.com/cO8QGvjwpU
– London and UK Street News (rimeCrimeLdn) May 28, 2022
Police have asked anyone with information about the incident to contact them.
The most powerful product until Ferrari was released, the SF90 has a hybrid powertrain that pumps 986 HP (1,000 PS / 735 kW). As a result, it can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km / h) in just 2.5 seconds and reach 124 mph (200 km / h) in 6.7 seconds. Little wonder, then, that it’s a bit of a handful.
RTC Hagley Road, Halesowen- White Watch was present. Please be careful when going out pic.twitter.com/8xog41xC9C
– Hayden Cross Fire Station (WMFSHadenCross) May 25, 2022
While this may be the worst accident we’ve ever seen a hybrid supercar, it’s rarely the first. Ferrari SF90s have crashed in Dubai and Italy, even by the automaker’s own drivers.
Priced at approximately 507,000 in the United States and £ 500,000 in the United Kingdom, the SF90 alone could be worth more than all the vehicles that crashed. And yet, somehow, its driver not only damaged it, it abandoned it.