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"There has been almost a month since Cristiano Ronaldo crashed his £200,000 Ferrari but causes of the smash are still being searched in detail. While the Manchester United star claims the accident was caused by moisture and oil on the road, police officers want to know whether there was something wrong with the car, which could have lead to the crash. However, Ferrari says the car was working “perfectly” before the impact, The Sun has learned. Well, it was perfect befor..." Continue Reading →
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