Last Tuesday, in England, in the county of West Yorkshire, the storm Christophe, it seems, caused an impressive accident on the M621 motorway. Unfortunately, a Ferrari 812 Superfast ended up on the roof. The local intervention teams were not lacking in humor, in the English way, to comment on the accident.
Ferrari 812 Superfast owners have been unlucky for the past few days. Remember, last week in Italy, professional football player Federico Marchetti did not see his super sportswoman again after handing her over to a car wash employee. The powerful Ferrari belonging to the Genoa goalkeeper was heavily damaged. This time, according to the management services of the English Channel Highways England, the storm Christophe would be at the origin of the loss of another 812 Superfast, the photo of the accident published on Twitter being accompanied by ‘a message that only our British friends can write in this kind of situation: “Storm Christoph 1 – Ferrari 0”.
This Ferrari 812 Superfast should be scrapped because its structure was heavily impacted by the impact against an embankment. We also note that the super-sportswoman tore off part of the safety rail, which testifies to the violence of the accident. Note, that no information has filtered about possible injuries. Hopefully all is well for the occupant (s) of the 812 Superfast.
Finally, remember that the 812 Superfast (pictured above on its four wheels at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show) develops 800 horsepower thanks to its atmospheric V12. The V12 of the 812 Superfast is quite simply the most powerful developed in the history of the “prancing horse” brand. The gearbox is double clutch. The performances of this Ferrari are as follows: 2.9 s for 0 to 100 km / h and 340 km / h of maximum speed. With us, the 812 Superfast starts at € 300,000.
Photos: Highways England Twitter account and LesVoitures.com