A Ferrari 612 Scaglietti has been recently crashed in Sydney, Australia, after its driver lost control of the wheel and crashed into a parked Toyota, eventually stopping the supercar into a wall.
We’ve always said here that wherever there will be exotic crashed there will also be exotic car crashes and this statement keeps getting stronger by the day. The latest example of a crashed exotic car is coming from Australia, where a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti has been crashed in Sydney. According to freenews.co.au, the Grand Tourer was driven by a young man and after he pushed the gas pedal just a little bit too hard, the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti managed to hit a parked Toyota Vienta and the supercar has been eventually stopped by a wall.
Our source is also telling us that the Toyota Vienta and the Italian supercar weren’t the only things that suffered in this unfortunate incident and two bystanders were badly injured, having leg and spinal injuries. The two people were taken immediately to the hospital and the 25 year old driver of the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is currently investigated by the police and the alcohol test returned with a negative result. We don’t have any more details about this unfortunate car crash but you can watch the few images provided by freenews.co.au below.