Is There A Better Way For A Supercar To Go Out Than On The Track?

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This Ferrari FXX did its best lawnmower impression.

With only 30 units leaving Maranello, the Ferrari FXX is a rare and extremely expensive beast that is engineered to destroy other supercars on a track. However, Ferrari didn’t make the supercar easy to drive, which is apparent from this accident from Italy’s iconic Monza racetrack. The supercar sustained a major accident as the driver lost control of the vehicle and hit the barriers during a fast lap. Thankfully, no was injured in the accident, but the supercar looks like it took a pretty big hit.

The video below is walk around footage from the crash and is a sad sight to see. Hopefully the damage can be fixed and the 6.3-liter V12-powered supercar will be seen sprinting around a track again soon.

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