The day a Zonda died
Don't you hate those people who slow down when driving past car crashes? Yeah, we're guilty too.
It's not really a pleasant thing, given people might have been hurt, but there's something voyeuristically entertaining about seeing bent metal. It's why we watch car racing. It's certainly not for the epic amounts of overtaking.
Take the Zonda F here. A supercar whose panels were handcrafted by pipe-smoking, bearded little Italian men somewhere in the foothills of Maranello. Only for a Hong Kong businessman to bend said panels against a traffic light somewhere on the other side of the world, because the accelerator pedal got a bit too close to the carpet.
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