According to the poster of this video, a whole bunch of cars were following a convoy of Ferraris as they left from the Malmö Exhibition & Convention Centre in Sweden. At some point for unidentified reasons, the driver of the Ferrari F50 lost control of the Italian supercar and slid off into a ditch. Not that we like having fun with other people’s misfortune or anything, but too bad that the guy in the bimmer who filmed the video didn’t manage to capture the accident as it happened… – See the video after the jump
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