This. Is. Painful.
You're about to witness one seriously expensive car crash. The owners' car insurance companies will be fighting hard to apportion blame and avoid paying out on this one. It's pretty painful to watch too, as a Porsche 911 GT2 RS appears tp crash into an extremely rare Pagani Huayra BC during a track day at Monza. This Instagram clip shows the entire incident. Was this a result of bad weather and track conditions? It doesn't appear so.
The 911 GT2 RS driver seems to have entered the corner at too high speed, causing them to slam into the Huayra BC. Remember, the 690-horsepower 911 GT2 RS is not exactly for amateurs. Far from it. It requires a high level of driving skill to not only master but also for tackling regular track day events. The 745-hp Huayra BC itself is quite special, limited to only 20 examples. More recently, the Huayra BC roadster debuted with only 40 examples planned.
This Huayra BC happens to be a coupe and it's too hard to tell whether it can be fully repaired. What we do know is that its door had to be forced open after the crash, indicating potentially serious structural damage. In normal circumstances, this is typically deemed an insurance write off, but a Huayra BC, or any Pagani for that matter, is not your typical car. Same goes for the 911 GT2 RS, which is also clearly heavily damaged up front. The good news is that there are no reports of serious injuries.
What we're wondering is whether there was sufficient track instruction prior to the crash. Typically, track day events always begin with a briefing by track officials to inform drivers of the circuit's risky curves, potentially bad weather, and any other vital piece of information.
It doesn't appear the 911 GT2 RS driver was paying close enough attention. Who should pay for the damages? Unfortunately, regular car insurance is null and void the moment one drives onto any track for racing purposes. It is possible to obtain track day insurance but it's not cheap. Then again, we're talking about a 911 GT2 RS owner. The guy ain't exactly poor.