An unknown driver trashed an £830,000 Bugatti Veyron on Sunday in what UK tabloid The Sun is calling "the world's costliest road crash". The Bugatti Veyron. Picture: Bugatti The 253mph beast crashed in pouring rain on a 40mph stretch of the B375 near Chertsey, Surrey, while allegedly doing 100mph. The driver apparently lost …
My sympathies...no, honestly!
What a tragedy!
Bloke buys motor for a wedge that could purchase half of my street
Bloke takes delivery and one week later rents said phallic extension to boy racer for more than most of us spend on a new motor
Boy racer does 100mph in heavy rain on 40mph road
Boy racer loses control hitting Astra driven by pregnant woman and totals expensive four-wheeled dildo (but was he using his mobile at the time?)
If it weren't for the fact that these kind of tossers (like the motorbike tosser who was nicked after displaying his tosserness on You Tube) put our lives at risk on the road every day and in this case hospitalised a pregnant woman (never mind her trashing her means of transport) I would say: HO-HO!
I just hope one loses his money and the other gets locked up.
It's a shame such a fine piece of technology is wrecked. All that work, design, effort wasted. No doubt the owner is question will be inconsolable. I would like to know the insurance costs prior and after the incident.
When "money-to-brain"-ratio is not balanced....
Driven by two?
According to the BBC's coverage of the crash at http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/6423241.stm, "The £800,000 car was being driven by two men."
I don't know much about the Bugatti Veyron but isn't it supposed to be driven by one person at a time? Perhaps that's the cause of the crash...
300 made - 299 in existance... now!
Apparently, as was said on Top Gear' each car cost some 5,000,000 to produce. It was never going to be a money maker; just a moment in time; a Concord moment.
Looking at the crash pics, it looks like it's already been crashed and the owner got the door from a scrappy...
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