Champion Racing Driver Crashes £528k Zonda

Posted: Mar 25 2010, 5:48am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 9 2010, 12:37am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
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A UK tycoon names Gareth Jones has revealed that an unnamed champion racing driver has crashed his super exotic Pagani Zonda S. There are but a few of the Italian Zonda supercars built each year.

Jones has stated that the accident happened only a few miles from this castle home and was not the drivers fault. According to Jones the driver was driving superbly and never once activated the traction control. Presumable the Zonda was in a rush at the time of the accident.

The reason the professional driver was behind the wheel was that a magazine was evaluating the car. The car slid on some mud on the road and hit a utility pole with enough force to knock the pole down. The 528K car sustained 300k in damage making one of the largest insurance payouts in history. The car can be repaired, and the drivers insurance paid the claim. I bet he was cancelled within two minutes of that accident.

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