Ten drivers charged for having crashed a convoy of Ferraris in Japan.
Back in December of 2011, there was a major multi-car accident just outside of Hiroshima, Japan. For car fans, it was the second biggest catastrophe to occur in the city. A total of 10 cars were involved but they weren’t just any old modes of transportation. A total of eight Ferraris, one Lamborghini and three Mercedes-Benz were declared totaled after one driver lost control and set off a chain reaction that resulted in nearly $4 million worth of damage, making this one of the world’s most expensive car crashes.
Fortunately no one seriously hurt, but the 61-year-old driver who started the debacle is being charged along with nine others drivers for speeding and failing to pay sufficient attention to the road.