- * STRANGE - Two Ferraris wrecked in Oklahoma City
- * STRANGER - Both drivers were in high school
- * TWILIGHT ZONE - The car’s were loaned to them from their baseball coach

A 1991 Ferrari Testarossa and a 1995 Ferrari 348 collided when two drivers were going for the same parking space in a mall parking lot. All four high school juniors involved in the incident play for the baseball team, and the cars belong to their coach. This shouldn’t affect the student’s future career too much considering baseball is not a sport that requires a lot of hand/eye coordination.

As for the coach/owner, he reacted the same way we all would. He shows up at the scene, lights up a cigarette and calmly says, "It’s gonna take a lot of homeruns to cover this one up."

So how does a high school baseball coach afford two Ferraris? As it turns out he’s a retired neurosurgeon...and judging by his actions, he needs to get his head examined.

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Source: Wreckedexotics

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AK47  (1024) posted on 04.3.2009

Wow. All I got when I sprained my leg playing soccer or when I got spear tackled playing rugby was, get your A$$ back up! from coaches who drove Toyota Corollas. Perhaps America isn’t so bad...

I wonder what this guy would allow me to have if I took his team to victory. Maybe his Ferrari diving wife or daughter....

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