German Crashes His Ferrari 599 GTO On Highway
A unit of the fastest Ferrari in history was seriously damaged on a highway in Germany. The driver lost control of the car at 130 kph and hit the protection fence.
Even though is one of the rarest exotic apparitions of the moment (only 599 units being scheduled for production), it seems Ferrari 599 GTO is not immune to unpleasant incidents. Tagged as the most powerful and fastest Ferrari ever made, 599 GTO has all the ingredients of an exotic car crash.
A unit of the Maranello supercar ended bad on a highway in Germany. Behind the steering wheel of the Ferrari 599 GTO involved in the crash was Peter Stoll, Honorary Consul in El Salvador, established in Germany. It seems that Stoll tried to overtake another car, at a speed of 130 kph, and lost the control of the Italian supercar, hitting the protection fence.
The driver had no serious injuries, but the Ferrari 599 GTO is not looking too nice after the crash. Stoll will fix the car with the help of Ferrari, but until everything is solved, the German will have to drive a Maserati.
This is not the first crash of a Ferrari 599 GTO, as the Italian supercar was involved in an easier accident, in Great Britain. Chris Evans’ 599 GTO was hit in the parking lot by a friend. The only damages to the car were some scratches of the spoiler.