One less Ferrari on the road, after a rare F40 crashed in Vancouver, Canada.
The F40 holds a special place in the heart of fans of the brand, because it was the last vehicle to be commissioned by the company’s founder Enzo Ferrari before his death.
Except that, only 1,315 examples of the rare, mid-engine and rear-wheel drive Ferrari were built from 1987 until 1992.
The one you will see in the next video, has a lot of wrecked body panels and it’s also leaking oil. Recent reports claim that the driver lost control of the car because of the rain.
Fortunately, no one was hurt in the accident, not even the unexperienced driver who was returning from an auto show.
Despite the serious damage, we’re sure that the owner has enough money to fix the car. Tthis if it will make it out alive or if the damages it sustained prove to be lethal.

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Source: Ferrari