Ferrari FF Catches Fire in Poland

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A red car in the lad where Pope John Paul II came from is a bit of a heresy. So maybe this owner’s problem wasn’t heated glue that caught fire or a faulty injection system, it was the lack of Christian belief.
The third ever fire of the brand new Ferrari FF comes from Poland, after similar incidents in Germany and China. So maybe Ferrari needs to forget about the Holy Ghost and just fix the car already.

According to, the incident took place on the Polish A4 highway this Sunday. Firefighters arrived soon on the scene but the car burned furiously.

The blaze destroyed the whole engine bay and interior, even burning through roof pillars. But strangely, the tires did not explode, despite the intense fire. The owner reported fire originating in the engine bay and quickly spreading to the interior.

Thanks to Rafal for the tip!
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