We Now Know How That Ferrari LaFerrari Wrecked In Budapest

Update

This video is painful to watch for a few reasons.

Remember that Ferrari LaFerrari that wrecked over the weekend? You know, the one that crashed on the streets of Budapest, Hungary? Yeah, that’s the one. At the time we were wondering how it happened. There wasn’t much info readily available but now a video of the accident has emerged. Warning: The quality of this video may offend your eyes. Seriously, it’s that damn bad. However, it does show us what went wrong and how the supercar ended up all smashed and on the side of the road.

Simply put: Driving a supercar in a straight line is not nearly as easy as it sounds. Check out the video and remember to think twice next time you’re behind the wheel of a $1.4 million supercar and want to punch it.

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