A Ferrari F430 supercar has recently crashed in Greece and the supercar was split in half and caught fire after its driver pushed the gas pedal too hard and lost control of the wheel.
We have always said here on inautonews.com that where ever there will be exotic cars there will also be exotic car crashes and this latest example to back up our statement is coming from the economic crisis affected Greece in its capital Athens. Local news are saying that the driver of the Ferrari F430, I. Leontiadis, who is apparently a well-known entrepreneur in his country, was driving his supercar at high speed on the road and he lost control of the wheel hitting a tree.
The impact was so severe that the Ferrari F430 was split in half and caught fire. Reports are saying the rescue services managed to save the driver and passenger from the metal pileup before the supercar caught fire and both of them have suffered injuries, but it seems that none was seriously affected, except for the exotic ride, which will be turned into soda cans. So remember, kids, next time when you will say “watch this!”, you’d better make sure there aren’t any obstacles on the way. You can watch the aftermath of the Ferrari F430 crash in Athens, Greece, below.