Video: Ferrari California does too much showboating in Bulgaria, ends up crashing into a bulldozer

We’ve all had our fair share of exotic crashes over the years and despite the stomach-churning sight of seeing these prized beauties burn, get mowed down, or get smashed into smithereens, we still can’t get enough.

Days after a Bugatti Veyron dove into a lake in Texas, we now go to Sofia, Bulgaria for an up-close look at a Ferrari California getting whacked not just by an oncoming car, but to make things worse, a bulldozer too.

In the video, two Ferrari Californias are whooping it up in the streets of Sofia, power sliding and showing off their muscles to anyone willing to take a glance. But after too much showboating, one of the cars overdoes his drift and catches an oncoming car side-on. The California bounces off the car and hits a bulldozer seconds later.

Needless to say, the lesson is very important in this crash. If you’re going to show-off your wheels, it’s always a good idea to still bear some semblance of caution. Otherwise, this is how your showboating is going to end up.


Source: Wrecked Exotics

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  (518) posted on 03.3.2010

Well, the one thing that should be included in every super car like that one crashed in the video, aside from the cars manual or something, is instructions on how those rich people are not instant racers because they own a hot car like that. They should be thought on how to handle such power.

  (798) posted on 02.3.2010

The ability to have money to be able to purchase a good car like this one doesn’t mean that the owner has the ability to drive good as well. Sometimes people think that they can handle the power of such a car that they end up crashing it.

  (68) posted on 11.17.2009

Too much power, not enough responsibility. PERIOD

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