One dashcam video recorded by another driver (and available below) confirms this. The Zonda lost control and smashed into the tunnel wall, bouncing back in its lane afterward. The gentleman driver emerged unharmed and signaled that he was ok.
The Pagani Zonda 760 LH is a one-off, designed at Lewis Hamilton's request and delivered to him in 2014. The "LH" in the name indicates its one-off status and outstanding features, including a manual gearbox. This is the first Zonda 760 with a manual gearbox and was a request Hamilton personally made with Pagani.
It's true that this was Hamilton's car, but he no longer owns it. He sold it in 2021 to a UK buyer for a reported £8.5 million, so approximately $10.8 million at the current exchange rate and more than four times what he must have paid for it. The car was still in brand-new condition, with less than 1,000 km (621 miles) on the odo when it changed hands, but it had already been involved in a crash.
In 2015, shortly after taking delivery of it, while in Monaco, Hamilton bumped it into a parked car. He later explained the mishap by saying that he'd been running on too little sleep and too many training sessions and parties. Damage on that occasion was minor, but not the same goes for the 2023 accident.
Photos snapped after the accident show the Zonda emerged out of the tunnel with a broken rear axle, a cracked windshield, missing lights, and plenty of tears to the body. This one won't buff out, but it's not the end of the world, either. Given its one-off status and spec, and its celebrity provenance, we have a hunch this second owner will do whatever it takes to put it back on the road.