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Pagani Zonda F Crashes In Hong Kong

 
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Wreckage of a Pagani Zonda F that crashed in Hong Kong

This has been a very bad week for supercars all around the globe. Only yesterday we brought you news of a Lamborghini Gallardo that caught fire in Portland, Oregon, as well as a Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SV that crashed in Indonesia.

And of course on Monday there was that Ferrari F430 that crashed in Malaysia.

Now we have the first images and details of a rare Pagani Zonda F that crashed on a busy street in Hong Kong earlier today.

No details have come in as yet but the driver must have been traveling at some speed for the car’s front-end to disintegrate like it has and the wheels to dislodge from their axles. There’s also significant damage at both ends of the car, though it appears the crash only involved a single vehicle and a traffic light post.

As Car Buzz points out, this is the second crash of a Pagani Zonda F in Hong Kong in recent times--the last one occurred almost exactly three years ago. And with only 25 examples ever built, we hope the owners of the remaining cars take better care of them as we’re unlikely to see a car like the Pagani Zonda F, or any Zonda for that matter, ever built again.

For more on the Zonda F, check out our review of the Clubsport here.

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  1. Too much Weight in the rear & amid ship.

    Hobby Horse the nose & Zero Steering Traction.. enough with these massive V-12 / v-8 / V-10 boat anchors .. Lost The Weight.
     
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  2. nooo!!!! i didnt care about the f430 if it was a Scuderia maybe little about the lambo but y the Zonda F.i think the weight is around 2600-2700 thats light to me and 54% in the front nothing wrong with that i think the driver was just showing off.
     
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  3. imposible to tell what caused it, could have been a child that stepped out in front, forcing an avoidance. we must not be quick to judge when we do not know facts yet.
     
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