Ferrari Driver Can't Take A Joke After Crashing His Car

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This is pretty funny for everyone apart from the owner.

In a world where the rich are getting richer, and the poor poorer, the general sentiment amongst the working classes is that rich people can get screwed. The trickle-down effect of neo-liberal capitalism has proven to be yet another lie told by the wealthy to keep the hoi polloi complacent and hopeful, but they are starting to get fed up. This frustration can be experienced first hand in a hilarious YouTube video posted by user Banter & Whatsapp. The video shows what happens when the rich experience misfortune, and the ordinary man is there to lick up his tears with glee.

Banter & Whatsapp/YouTube
Banter & Whatsapp/YouTube
Banter & Whatsapp/YouTube

The video shows a British man standing next to a crashed Ferrari F12 on the side of the road. From what we can tell, the guy standing next to the car is the driver, as he raises his arms in disbelief and mutters a few expletives while taking in his own handiwork. The car lost control and veered off the road, hitting a hedge with its rear-end. A small balustrade has also fallen victim to the out-of-control Italian supercar. The best part comes when the person videotaping the accident chirps "you can't park there mate" to which the Ferrari owner politely responds.

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The car in question is quite the beauty: the Ferrari F12berlinetta is an elegant GT supercar, powered by one of the most powerful naturally-aspirated production engines ever made. Its 6.3-liter V12 churns out a massive 730 horsepower that's sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automatic transmission. These cars cost over $300,000 when new, but this one will be worth a bit less we think.

There's something so enticing about seeing a supercar crash, and we've covered countless Ferrari disasters, including a one-day-old Ferrari 488 Pista losing its life in a very embarrassing manner. As long as there are rich people crashing Ferrari's we'll be waiting with the popcorn at hand.

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