Remember back in July, when we posted a set of images featuring a Ferrari F430 going up in flames on the South Luzon Expressway in the Philippines (check it out if you missed it)? Well, today we discovered that someone not only managed to film the specific Ferrari roaming the Philippine highway before the incident, but he also captured the F430 on tape while it was roasting like a Mexican sausage. To our misfortune, the videographer missed the part when the driver of the F430 sensed that something was terribly wrong pulling to the side of the road.
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