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Ferrari 458 Italia hits guardrail in Como


Another Ferrari 458 Italia has been involved in a new accident, this time in Como, Italy, after its driver has probably lost control of the wheel. The Ferrari 458 Italia is probably one of the most crashed supercars these past few years and the newest one to be involved in such an incident is coming from Como, Italy. We are not ...
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