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Last year, for the first time ever, a Ferrari pulled up to a parking spot at Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi, to pick up passengers. It was a $30,000-a-day rental, the fastest, most luxurious way to get from A to B in the city of the future. The owner had reserved the 599 F1 for a day of fun, which included a quick spin around Ferrari World, a Ferrari Experience and a few minutes in the 599’s cockpit. After a few minutes, the owner handed the keys over to the driver, and the driver hopped in and took off.
When it comes to committing road-side crimes, this idiot has only one thing to worry about: his insurance, that’s for sure. And that’s why he waits for a car to pass him, then runs up and rams into it at any opportunity. Unfortunately he just crashed into a rare Ferrari 599 60F1, and it’s going to cost him a lot of money.
There are Ferraris, and then there are rare Ferraris. The 599 GTB 60F1 Alonso Edition was produced in Maranello in just 40 copies. While details are scarce, it’s safe to say that there are only 39 left after seeing these photos of what looks like a totally destroyed Ferrari 599.
In fact, it is so rare that someone is offering to restore it. They’re only original once. But this one will probably see the light of day and return to its former glory.
The accident of Alonso’s 599 GTB 60F1.
It happened in Munich. Judging by the photos, the driver apparently lost control on the wet road. The damage includes the front, passenger side and possibly the frame and other hidden parts. You never really know until you put it on the shelf and check.
Protective rails can be seen behind the truck. So the driver could have swerved and hit one of the guard rails. We don’t know if the Audi pictured was involved in the accident or if it was just a good Samaritan. Or maybe they just stopped to make Ferrari an offer on the spot.
According to Instagram user muc.collector, another Ferrari 599 has been registered. It was a silver GTO. Can we assume that the Ferrari 599 attracts bad drivers? Or a curse?
The late Sergio Marchionne once said: Ferrari’s HMI (human-machine interface) function is probably the weakest link in the chain of technical know-how of this car. He was the head of Fiat Chrysler, which owned Ferrari. This is an unwritten rule of Ferraridom.
599 GTB 60F1 Alonso | Wiki
The Ferrari 599 GTB 60F1 is so rare that it’s understandable if you’ve never heard of it. It was created to celebrate 60 years of Formula 1 victories. Those victories began at Silverstone in 1951 and continued until Alonso’s win over Red Bull at Silverstone in 2011.
These models were based on the 599 HGTE. These cars were on the verge of racing cars with stiff suspensions, due in part to shortened springs and stiff anti-roll bars. Another source of inspiration was the livery of the 150º Italia car in the 2011 Formula 1 World Championship. The forged alloy wheels are also unique to this Ferrari.
They say you can buy a Ferrari, but not a driving one. As far as we know, the driver was not injured, which is the only positive thing about this accident.
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