Yet another US$1.3 million Ferrari Enzo has crashed, further increasing the rarity of the already rare supercar. The crash occurred while it was taking part in the four-day Utah Fast Pass Road Rally, where police officers close parts of the road to allow performance car drivers to unleash the full power of their cars.
The owner Richard Losee paid $5000 for the previlige, but crashed his car when it hit approximately 100mph. He was flown to Utah Valley Medical Center in Provo after the 10 a.m. accident and admitted with fractured bones. The Enzo is one of the safest cars to be in a crash because it’s designed to come apart at high speeds, similar to a Formula 1 car.
You can watch a video of the crash here.