• Avert Your Eyes! This is a Ferrari Mashup of Epic Proportions

It’s always sad when we have to report on a crashed supercar, but this latest accident takes that depression to epic proportions. Not one, not two, but eight Ferraris, as well as a Lamborghini, two Mercedes models, and two Toyota models have been utterly destroyed this past weekend during a terrible crash on a highway in Japan. The Ferraris destroyed were: several F355 units, an F-360, and an F-430. The losses are being estimated at around $1.5 million, but some are reporting losses of up to $4 million! Fortunately no one was seriously injured in the accident, but 10 people sustained bruising and minor injuries, probably to their egos as well as their bodies.

"The accident occurred when the driver of a red Ferrari was switching from the right lane to the left and skidded," said Mitsuyoshi Isejima, Executive Officer for Yamaguchi Prefecture’s Expressway Traffic Police unit. "It was a gathering of narcissists."

The driver responsible, a 60-year-old man may face up to three months in jail or a fine of as much as $1,280 - considering the damage, we’d say he got off easy. The police officers needed about six hours to clear the highway, although it may take the drivers a lifetime to forget this horrific experience ever happened.

Hit the jump for the video.

Source: Bloomberg

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  (434) posted on 02.23.2012

It has been a serious incident. It’s been totally horrific to witness. I’m glad that no one dies in the accident.

  (466) posted on 12.12.2011

Well, good thing that no one is seriously injured on that accident! Anyway, I think the car manufacturers of these vehicles will surely need to pay more attention on the epic proportion that the news was saying and the reason of this accident.

  (17) posted on 12.8.2011

Kinda thrilling to see out-of-production cars get completely smashed. It means they are not going back. The legends are dead.

  (13) posted on 12.5.2011

man.. that’s .. gladly not involving the brand new 458 italia.. fuhh..

  (24) posted on 12.5.2011

HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHA this is gonna look good for Ferrari notice how the attention was only on Ferrari not Lamborghini or Mercedes lol stupid Japanese

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