Count How Many Times This Ferrari 488 Spider Gets Hit

A rash move by the driver of a dash-cam vehicle who failed to check his mirrors before unlawfully changing lanes, led to a costly accident involving a fairly new Ferrari 488 Spider that was coming in, from behind.

This incident happened in South Korea earlier this month on the Seoul Chuncheon Expressway.

In a split second, the Italian supercar was hit, making the person behind the wheel lose control,  desperately trying to regain it. However, it rear ended another vehicle, having its front reshaped in the tunnel’s sidewall.

One would think that this is where the nightmare ended, but you’d be wrong, as inertia kicked in and pushed the Ferrari into the opposite wall, in a pinball-like scenario, before being hit again by the car that caused the mayhem.

Fortunately, the drivers of both cars involved were not seriously injured, according to reports from Korea.

If anything, this would make for an interesting story presenting the case to an insurance agent. Bet you wouldn’t want to be in this driver’s shoes.

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  • Kaisuke971

    Oh ! Hey ! Ouch !

  • BqWsRe

    Just a Ferrari.

    Funny how what looks to be a Chevy Cruze was left virtually unscathed as the Ferrari was demolished.

    • Jay

      Twas going the fastest.. and did get hit the most.. they were speeding but i dont think it was the Ferrari drivers fault..

    • Alex

      Yourself rating. LOL

      • Random stranger

        Quite pathetic indeed..

  • Zandit75

    Not sure about Korea, but in Australia, a solid white line means no overtaking!!

    • Tumbi Mtika

      Same here in America.

    • XtremWize

      Also in Europe.

    • Vassilis

      I’ve never seen a solid line between two lanes going in the same direction in Europe. What you say is certainly the case when the line marks two lanes going in opposite directions. So it may be a bit different in Korea. It doesn’t make sense if you’re not able to change lanes. In any case, the driver of the Cruze is a serious threat to other drivers! Poor Ferrari.

      • bonzomatic

        They probably don’t want people changing lanes going into the tunnel because it takes a while for your eyes to adjust to the change in light.

      • Zandit75

        That’s actually a good point.

      • salamOOn

        omg are you serious? its for safety reasons, and you can find it especially in and between tunnels…. in Europe.

        • Vassilis

          Maybe I haven’t noticed, I don’t know.

  • Robert

    lol It sound like the female passenger barked like a dog everytime they made contact…ruff, ruff, RUFF!!!

  • Tumbi Mtika

    I don’t want to…

  • pinciukas77

    wtf… is this gta 5?!?

  • I DON’T GET WHY SOMEONE WOULD POST A SELF INCRIMINATING VIDEO LIKE THIS.

  • Knotmyrealname

    Shoulda kept to your lane, shoulda driven at the limit.

  • Akira

    Passing with a solid line and not checking your mirrors… Way to enforce the female asian driver stereotype. At least since all insurance companies will throw her out she’ll maybe never be behind the wheel again.

  • KidRed

    This is why you should turn your damn head around before lane changing regardless is legal or not. Going that fast and relying on using just your mirror to change lanes is a bad combination.

  • Ferrari 488 Spyder ???? is a 488 coupe , WTF CS ???

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Yes, don’t look in the mirror…just change your lanes at will..as if you were the only [email protected] lone rider on the highway after a nuclear apocalypse and you don’t expect other humans to be driving in that stretch of road. Let’s blame the Ferrari for the speed as usual …doesn’t matter if any mononeuronal entity on the road drives cars as they use dishwashers and think they are single atoms roaming the universe…who the [email protected] cares about the others…

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