A McLaren F1 has been recently crashed in Italy, on Tuesday, and it will most likely end up in the crusher, considering the huge repair bill issued.
It’s not every day that we hear about a McLaren F1 getting crashed and when it happens, people will be attracted in a strange way to the subject and will try to point the finger at the driver of the supercar. But the truth is that we have no clue on what was the course of events that changed the looks of this classic supercar. All we know is that this was wearing chassis number 72 and it was part of other F1s which were participating in the tour of Italy.
Technical support was being provided by McLaren and one of the attendees was famous petrol head Rowan Atkinson, or Mr. Bean if his name hasn’t said anything to you. The sad incident took place between Saline di Volterra and Pomorance, on Tuesday. The repair bill issued stands at a whopping 910,000 GBP. Keep in mind that only 106 units of the McLaren P1 have been produced between 1992 and 1998 and this used to be the fastest production car available at the moment.