A former $340,000 car Some people just should not have high performance cars, like this fool. From the Daily Mail, UK: A man was left with damaged pride after he crashed his £260,000 supercar - having had it for just an HOUR.
Pictures released by police capture the remains of a jet black Ferrari 430 Scuderia after it crashed off the side of a motorway and transformed into a fireball.
Officers said the Ferrari driver left the road in wet conditions and slid 50 metres across a field before the vehicle burst into flames near Barnsley, South Yorks.
At the scene officers revealed the driver, who survived with cuts and bruises, said 'it was a Ferrari' with 'a hint of damaged pride' - before saying he 'only had it an hour'.
Police offices lifted the lid on the reason why motorists were stuck on at Junction 37 of the M1 earlier today after posting two pictures of the wreckage on Facebook.
South Yorkshire Police Operational Support posted: 'Afternoon folks, were you stuck in traffic this afternoon on the M1 south around junction 37? If so, here's why.
'Officers were deployed to a single vehicle collision with reports that the vehicle had left the carriageway and burst in to flames.
'Road conditions were wet at the time and as officers arrived on scene it became clear there was a vehicle well alight.
The Las Vegas Badger is about politics, humor, sports, reality shows in Las Vegas, especially Pawn Stars and anything else interesting. While I live in Las Vegas, my heart is still in Wisconsin.
Thanks for visiting the blog and feel free to browse the web site.
Grew up in Wauwatosa but graduated from Oconomowoc H.S.. graduated from U.W. Madison, after serving in the Air Force. Taught in MPS and Westfield School District. Coached Special Olympics for several years. Moved to Las Vegas 6 1/2 years ago and teach in the CCSD as a special education teacher.
This blog does not accept advertisements nor do we accept other people's writings, unless it is solicited.
While I write about Pawn Stars, I do not work there and have nothing to do with the shop or store.
Thanks for stopping by and if you have any questions, please e-mail.