A Ferrari F430 Scuderia has been split in half in Belgium after its driver lost control of the wheel and crashed into the center guardrail on the highway.
Exotic supercars are being crashed daily worldwide and some of these images eventually end up in our news, but we rarely get to see a vehicle split in half by the center guardrail. According to the guys at the driver of the F430 Scuderia in question has lost control of the wheel on a highway in Francorchamps, Belgium, and crashed his ride into the center guardrail. The result was the two people killed on the spot, the driver and the passenger, and the supercar 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.