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Here's What a $30 Million Car Crash Looks Like

Road & Track logo Road & Track 2017-09-12 Brian Silvestro
Here's What a $30 Million Car Crash Looks Like © Goodwood Road & Racing Here's What a $30 Million Car Crash Looks Like

The racing at the Goodwood Revival this past weekend was no joke. Drivers were pushing their priceless race cars to their limits against each other for the chance at victory, but it seems one Ferrari driver pushed a little too far.

Andy Newall, driver of this incredibly rare and valuable Ferrari 250 GTO/64, was trying to navigate his way through traffic when he lost control onto the grass, sliding into the tire-lined rubber barrier. Newall was unharmed, but the same couldn't be said for his one-of-three race special.

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The right side of the GTO/64 suffered significant damage, bending body panels and scraping off paint. And judging by the angle of the steering wheel post-wreck, it looks like something's not right in the suspension, either.

But like most cars that are wrecked at Goodwood, it'll be sent to an expert body shop and restored good as new. We're sure by this time next year, this Ferrari will be right back in the grid ready to race.


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