Watch The World's Only Hello Kitty McLaren Get Totaled On The Track

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McLaren fanboys and eight-year-old girls are in tears.

This video comes from the Blancpain GT Series in Monza, whereAttempto Racing’s McLaren 650S GT3 inexplicably crashed into a wall, taking aBentley Continental GT3 with it to the grave. It’s understandable to haveconflicting feelings while watching this clip. On the one hand it is funny tosee any car with a Hello Kitty livery get utterly destroyed. On the other hand,it sucks seeing any McLaren crash, especially when said McLaren takes a Bentleywith it.

It looks like driver error caused this crash, which luckilyleft no one injured. Hopefully this is the first and last time we see a HelloKitty caution flag.

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