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Sad Kids, don't drink and drive (a Ferrari) Trooper

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#1 4-05-2003 @ 02:28:08 PM
Posted By: Serith Reply | Edit | Del
Ouch, talk about an expensive crash

#2 4-05-2003 @ 02:55:07 PM
Posted By: Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
Well, since no innocents got hurt, all I can say is, HAW-HAW.....

#3 4-05-2003 @ 03:48:10 PM
Posted By: Biohazard Reply | Edit | Del
how does a wheel break like that?

#4 4-05-2003 @ 05:46:01 PM
Posted By: Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#3, Looks like it somehow got sheared off. Perhaps the wheel was pointed perpendicular to the vehicle's direction of travel for a while (like the car was going really fast sideways, for example) and hit a bunch of stuff.

#5 4-05-2003 @ 05:46:58 PM
Posted By: Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Also, I'm impressed by the undercarriage of that car. I'm not used to seeing everything all closed up (under a pan on the bottom of the car) like that :-)

[Edited by Lemming on 4-05-2003 @ 05:47:20 PM]

#6 4-05-2003 @ 06:36:56 PM
Posted By: 8ate8 Reply | Edit | Del
#5, yea, that's one of ferrari's tricks to reducing drag. if you can find them, look at pics of the underside of the new enzo. there's basically nothing under there except the shielding.

#7 4-05-2003 @ 07:07:16 PM
Posted By: Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#6, Not surprised. I'm just not used to seeing functional underbody aerodynamics on street-driven cars. :-)

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