A Ferrari F430 Scuderia has been recently crashed in Belgium after its driver lost control of the wheel on the highway.
Where ever there will be exotic cars there will also be exotic car crashes, this is what we’ve always said here on inautonews.com, and until people will have to get a different driver’s license before being allowed to drive or own a powerful vehicle, scenes like this one will continue to end up in our news, almost daily.
According to the guys at wreckedexotics.com, the Ferrari F430 Scuderia in question has been crashed into the center guardrail on a highway close to the Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, after the driver was speeding and lost control of the wheel. Our source is also saying that both the driver and the passengers were killed because the Italian supercar has almost split in half.
As a small reminder, the Ferrari F430 Scuderia is a high performance version of the regular F430 and the model has been unveiled back in 2007 at the Frankfurt Motor Show by Michael Schumacher. The Italian supercar is aimed towards the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera and the Porsche RS models, being 100 kg lighter than the regular model and with its engine developing a total output of 580 horsepower at 8,500 rpm, thanks to some engine tweaks.