Ill-Fated Ferrari Day At Laguna Seca

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Get ready to cringe at this one. The infamous "Corkscrew" of Laguna Seca has reached out and taken a bite out of an ultra-rare Ferrari FXX. The track-only car was running as part of the Ferrari Racing Days at Laguna Seca when its owner lost control in one of the most difficult sections of track found anywhere in the world. From the picture it would appear that the FXX is not badly damaged, and we're guessing that its owner can afford the repairs. Still never a pleasant sight.

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