All In One Day: A Cooked Ferrari F12tdf And LaFerrari Crash On A Boulder

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What'd you do on vacation?

A few days ago we showed you a video of a LaFerrari that crashed on top of a boulder during the 2016 Ferrari Cavalcade Rally in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. It wasn’t pretty. Turns out there was another incident that day, this time involving an F12tdf. For some reason(s) it caught on fire and the residue from the fire extinguisher still covered the body. Don’t know if it’s a complete loss or not. Regarding that LaFerrari...no further updates. The boulder ripped the under carriage.

There was additional damage from when the LaFerrari slammed into a parked car and the restaurant sign that came crashing down on its windshield. Aside from those two incidents, the rally itself was nothing short of spectacular. TheStradman was on hand to capture some of the best (and worst) moments.

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