A Rosso Corsa finished Ferrari 458 Speciale has been spotted recently in Belgium, ask next to the Spa Francorchamps famous race track.
Do you remember this crashed Ferrari 458 Speciale that we didn’t knew anything about? Well, clinic the truth is that the model in question is actually from Belgium and it has been spotted recently next to the world famous race track called Spa Francorchamps. This probably means that the Italian supercar hasn’t been crashed onto public roads and this somehow makes it better. Chances are that it will be returning to its former glory but expect a huge servicing bill if you are the owner. Speaking of that, we still have no clue on how the accident took place.
This particular Ferrari 458 Speciale has seen some severe damage to the left hand side and it seems that it has rolled onto its side at some point. There are also some damages made to the rear bumper and decklid, along with the rear diffuser, which has been broken and knocked out of its place. The Ferrari 458 Speciale is the spiritual successor of the 360 Challenge and F430 Scuderia and it has been introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show, a couple of years ago. It is still based on the 458 and it has an updated 4.5 liter naturally aspirated V8 engine under its hood, rated at 605 HP (445 kW) and 540 Nm (398 lb-ft) of torque, in this case.
Source: GESupercars (FB)