Ferrari F430 Scuderia crashed in Germany by workshop employees image

A Ferrari F430 Scuderia has been recently crashed in Germany by two workshop employees after they have taken it for a spin as part of the repair being completed.

We have always said here on inautonews.com that where ever there will be exotic cars there will also be exotic car crashes and the latest example of such an unfortunate incident is coming all the way from Germany, where a Ferrari F430 Scuderia has definitely seen better days. According to the guys at the Italian supercar has been taken for a spin by two workshop employees as part of the repair being completed and after pushing the gas pedal too hard, the Ferrari F430 Scuderia has left the highway and flipped over into the forest.

Our source is saying that the 31-year old driver and the 28-year old passenger have learned the hard way what a supercar crash means and both of them were killed on impact. There is no other news on other vehicles being involved in this unfortunate incident but a questions pops into my mind: Who will pay for the damages done to the Ferrari F430 Scuderia? The insurance company or the workshop?

  • olof

    Wow, an excellent example of poor taste. The writer should think twice about whats important in this story, the Ferrari (an object) or the lives of two people.

  • Ferrari lover

    Those "two people" have taken an expensive and rare supercar out for a spin to brag about it and the driver (31-year old) was the kind of guy who could have taken more lives in this incident, so he got what he was "hoping" for. Too bad about the passenger but in the end, the Ferrari comes first, if the workshop employee was doing only his job this news would be inexistent. So, again, the Ferrari comes first.