A Ferrari 360 Spider takes a shortcut through the woods in Sweden going over 250 km/h (155mph) -or at least that’s what the guy who uploaded the video on Youtube says. Seeing the dismantled Ferrari 360 Spider we’d say the driver wasn’t going that fast. Nevertheless, still a terrible accident. Here’s a question that popped up in our heads while we were watching the video; what’s the percentage of Ferrari’s that end up in junkyards?
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