Once again, here’s proof that if you have enough money to buy a high-performance car, it doesn’t mean you’re actually capable of driving it too. A member of the Houston-Imports forum posted a few pictures of a Porsche 911 GT3 RS after he crashed it in Woodlands, Texas, and then attempted to drive it home.

While there aren’t many details available about the crash - all the guy said was that he would "Need to learn how to drive it.....especially in the combat zone of the Woodlands, TX" - we’re really, really curious about why the heck he would try and drive his car after a crash like that when you could just as easily wait for a tow-truck to do its magic. The answer to this question was given by the comment of another member: "a co-worker saw this car coming from [street names], apparently being a huge douche, hauling ass back and forth with the windows down".

Way to go, buddy. Anyway, we’re really sorry for the car and the only excuse this guy could have is that even Jeremy Clarkson managed to crash a Porsche GT3.


Source: Houston Imports

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  (447) posted on 02.23.2012

Whoa, this is worst. Why does he need to drive it home? Isn’t he aware that there are tow-trucks to the rescue? He seems pathetic.

  (429) posted on 07.22.2011

I wonder what comes into the mind of the owner on doing that kind of thing. The Porsche is totally damaged. The owner should call for help, but he did not. At least he still made it home.

  (502) posted on 06.23.2011

Atleast he made it to the house. I think the driver thinks of his car more than himself. It’s better to get wounded than leaving my Audi 911 GT3 RS on the road. haha I guess that’s what he thinks.

  (341) posted on 06.21.2011

The owner should bring this one to the nearest car maintenance service. Good thing that nothing bad happened to him despite of the bad crash.

  (473) posted on 06.7.2011

Oh, the driver must be taken to the hospital rather than to drive home. He should be checked for any injuries or trauma. Unfortunately, we cannot do with the damaged car. Hope the owner has car insurance.

  (728) posted on 04.29.2011

I feel sorry to those owners that crashes their million dollar car! Heck to those folks! This is my dream car!

  (291) posted on 04.15.2011

Heck! He just crashed that million dollar car that all of us has been dreaming all the time!On the other side, its a good thing that no civilian was hurt or get a fatal accident!

  (858) posted on 04.7.2011

Simply put, they must be more responsible in driving if they want to get a sports car. This way, they will know what they are dealing with here.

  (345) posted on 04.6.2011

Well, you might also want to add that they should go to special driving classes before even buying one. That way, you k now that they can actually hadle the whole thing.

  (407) posted on 04.5.2011

Well, it would be a good idea to have these sports car drivers have their own license. But that one is not going to be that easy, since there are a lot of things that needs to be taken care of here.

  (461) posted on 04.4.2011

Know what, they should really have special licenses issued to these supercar owners. You can just imagine the kind of damage that they do when they carelessly drive one of these things.

  (442) posted on 04.4.2011

Yeah, this one kinda reminds me of that too, both these guys definitely have some crazy driving experience. I can’t imagine if I am the one behind the wheels of this.

  (449) posted on 04.1.2011

oh! I just remember the journalist that happened to crash the Ferrari FF but this scenario is worst because of the damage it made to the GT3. This is bad. I can’t stand looking at the broke face of GT3. 

  (559) posted on 04.1.2011

Yeah, he’s definitely crazy trying to drive the car in that condition, he’s only going to make it worse. Good thing that he will be the one paying for the repair bills and not us.

  (434) posted on 04.1.2011

Silly rich guys and their sports cars, huh. Man, he totally wrecked the car and actually made it suffer more by driving it that way, the horror of it.

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