A 1988 Ferrari Testarossa has recently been crashed in Vernon, NJ, and the driver of the supercar has broken just about every bone in his body.
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 Vernon, NJ, where a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa has definitely seen better days. According to the guys at Wrecked Exotics, the Italian supercar in question has been involved in a head-on collision and the result was what you can see in the image above. The driver is in critical condition with multiple fractures, memory loss and partial eyesight lost.
As a quick reminder, the Ferrari Testarossa has been manufactured by the Maranello based automaker between 1984 and 1996, as a successor to the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer. Pininfarina has designed the original car between 1984 and 1991 and the model came as a two-door Berlinetta, with a rear mid-engine and a rear-wheel drive layout. The model’s name is inspired by the early 1960s Ferrari TR (Testa Rossa), which ran in the World Sportscar Championship, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The “Testarossa” name means “red head” in Italian and it comes from the red-painted cam covers on the engine.
Source: Wrecked Exotics
by Cristian Gnaticov
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