The latest victim of supercar destruction is a Ford Fiesta at the wrong place and time near a 1 of 3 Pagani Zonda Barchetta.
Footage of the crash shows the ridiculous occasion. The rally is the Supercar Owners Circle which organized a drive through Croatia with a selection of unobtanium machinery. Heavy hitters like the Porsche Carrera GT, Apollo IE, almost every model of Koenigsegg ever made, and plenty of Bugattis traversed the roads and created a mesmerizing sight.
The video shows an Apollo IE driving down the street, followed by the Zonda that led to the crash. The driver of the Pagani did massive damage to the unsuspecting Ford Fiesta in a huge sideswipe. The news is much worse for the very rare supercar.
Most of the driver’s side of the Pagani is damaged. The front suspension has some broken control arms while the driver’s side rear wheel is entirely missing, revealing more broken suspension and body parts underneath. The wheel tagged some exhaust parts on its way out of the car.
The main takeaway is that this crash could have been conveniently avoided. All it would have taken is some self-control from the driver of the Pagani. The likelihood of the Pagani’s owner being able to foot the bill for this $17M car is high; unfortunately, other motorists were affected by this bad decision-making.