This Ferrari LaFerrari Was Mysteriously Wrecked On Top Of A Boulder

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Another hypercar gets a lead foot facelift.

When you combine drivers with more money than skill and hypercars with capabilities that impress even F1 racers, accidents are bound to happen. The latest hypercar crash comes courtesy of a driver who was participating in the Ferrari Cavalcade near Dolomites, Italy. Somehow the Ferrari LaFerrari involved in the crash ended up on top of a small boulder after crashing into a restaurant sign and smashing up the rear end of a small hatchback.

Soon after the incident the license plates were removed and the car was covered up, presumably to spare the owner from some Internet shame. Any thoughts on how the $1.4 million supercar ended up on top of the boulder? Special thanks to Gordon Cheng for sending us this video.

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