Ferrari Testarossa Crashes into Ferrari 348

Now this is something you don't see everyday... A mall parking lot in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, was the scene of an incident which had until now about the same chances of happening as the guys over at Arecibo have to find the elusive ET.

Two teenage drivers, one driving a 1991 Ferrari Testarossa and the other a 1995 Ferrari 348, looking for a quiet night out in the respective mall, got into a battle for the same parking spot, an image we are already used to by now, reported.

What happened next you can see in the adjacent photos. The scene looks like something out a a "Twilight Zone" episode. Two Ferraris, same city, same parking spot, one accident. It's like having the only two existing police cars in some remote small town in Alaska getting into a collision with one another.

And now comes the really fun part. The four teenagers who crashed the Ferraris are playing for the same highschool baseball team. That baseball team has a coach. And that coach once had two red Ferraris...

You guessed right. The coach, who can certainly be called the "coolest" one in the world, gave the OK to the four guys to play around in his two cars, without thinking something like this could happen.

What does he say know? "It's gonna take a lot of homeruns to cover this one up," he reportedly said after lighting a cigarette. After the cars are fixed, the coach still plans to let his players drive around in his cars, even if it is unclear whether it will be the same four ones who managed to do this.

And if you wonder how come an Oklahoma highschool baseball coach can afford to buy two Ferraris and not be mad when they get wrecked, it is because the guy is apparently a retired neurosurgeon. Does that mean he is rich, or that he lobotomized himself not to feel anything when looking at the two cars?
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About the author: Daniel Patrascu
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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