Mechanic trashes £2.7m Ferrari supercar in crash while driving to dealership

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A clumsy mechanic has wrecked a supercar worth £2.7m after getting in a nasty crash on the way to a dealership.

The unnamed man had been driving the red Ferrari Enzo when he suddenly lost control of the car and hit a roadside tree.

Local reports from the city of Baarn in the Netherlands say he was a mechanic contracted to a local dealership. He was taken to a local hospital following the accident, but was not found to have suffered any serious injuries.

An eyewitness said: “The local Ferrari dealer is about two kilometres away from the scene. It's a customer-owned car.

“The Weather conditions were damp and chilly, maybe three degrees in temperature.

The onlooker added that he saw the Ferrari "hit a tree stump" on the passenger side, resulting in damage to the car and stump.

Polish car magazine 'Auto Swiat' contacted a Ferrari dealer is located in a neighboring town, who declined to comment on the cringe-inducing crash.

The Ferrari Enzo is a limited edition super car named after the company's Italian founder.

One of the rare automobiles sold for $3.8 million (£2.7 million) at an auction in the United States last year.

Only 400 Enzos were produced by the company line between 2002 and 2004, with one of them being gifted to Pope John Paul II.

Back in 2017, shocking fash cam footage showed the moment an unknown driver chose the 'worst car to crash into' when he hit a sports car and caused a huge pile-up on the highway.

The video reported to be from South Korea begins with the car driving through a tunnel, where everything appears to be as normal.

But as the vehicle emerges into the daylight, another car is in the lane suddenly appears front of it, resulting in a extraordinarily unfortunate accident.

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