A Ferrari F40 supercar has been recently crashed in Canada after its driver lost control on a wet road and met a telephone pole up close.
We have always said here on inautonews.com that where ever there will be exotic cars there will also be exotic car crashes and until people will have to get a different driver’s license before being allowed to drive or own a powerful vehicle, unhealthy scenes like this one will continue to pop up. The Ferrari F40 in question has been ruined in Vancouver, Canada, on its way back from a car show, after its driver has lost control on a wet road and crashed into a telephone pole. The driver and the passenger walked away with minor injuries.
As a reminder, the Ferrari F40 is a mid-engined rear-wheel drive two-door coupe sports car manufactured between 1987 and 1992 and it was the successor of the Ferrari 288 GTO. Power to the Ferrari F40 came from an enlarged 2.9 liter version of the GTO’s twin turbocharged V8 engine, which was developing a total output of 471 horsepower. The suspension setup was also similar to the GTO’s double wishbone. The Ferrari F40 was eventually replaced by the Ferrari F50 in 1992, after 1.315 units of the supercar have been made.