British Millionaire Wrecks 918 Spyder At Charity Event: Over 25 Injured


Video shows the supercar plowing right into the crowd.

The Malta International Airport was the site of a horrible crash this weekend involving a Porsche 918 Spyder driven by British millionaire and noted gearhead Paul Bailey. According to The Telegraph, Bailey flew in four of his supercars for a charity event. He lost control of the 918 while driving down an unused runway and crashed into a crowd of spectators. The Telegraph lists 28 injured, including Bailey, with five of the 28 suffering critical injuries. The cause of the crash isn’t known and authorities are investigating.

This video, though blurry, shows the 918 losing control and veering into the crowd. It is intense but not as graphic as it could be. Regardless, proceed with caution.

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Below we have a video sent to us from the YouTube channel Exotic Car Spotting showing the crowd and the cars at the event before the horrific crash.

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