Four Ferraris Crashed in French Pile-Up
According to the local media, the four Italians had just passed the famous Croix Blanche (White Cross) speed camera in the area, where the speed limits sits at 44 mph (70 km/h). Just ahead a following village, the driver who was in the lead notice a sign warning about road construction, as well as a speed bump.
He reportedly hit the brakes violently, which cause the four Ferraris to crash into each other. We’ve only got an image of one of the cars, a Ferrari 348. This appears to be the leading car, with its rear end having taken serious damage in the course of the accident.
The only good part of this story is that the pile-up didn’t lead to any serious injures. The traffic was diverted for two hours due to the accident though.