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This rare Ferrari 360 Challenge is about to come to a really bad end

Incredible crash for a Ferrari 360 Challenge in Australia. The crash cost the driver behind the wheel of the rare car that was destroyed in Melbourne, where fortunately there were no injuries, but the $600,000 supercar was devastated. 

The crash of this Ferrari 360 Challenge was documented in a video showing the Italian supercar crashing into two cars stopped in the oncoming lane.

The video is making the rounds on the web and shows how the driver lost control of the rare car due to high speed.

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We are in Melbourne (Australia)
It's a day like any other in the Melbourne (Australia) suburb of South Yarra, along the busy Punt Road, a road that was particularly 'jammed' last Sunday afternoon, around 4.30 pm. A Ferrari 360 Challenge is proceeding undisturbed on its roadway.
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A fatal skid
Suddenly the $600,000 customised Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale is destroyed. A traffic accident. The beautiful Italian supercar crashed into cars stopped in the oncoming lane after the driver lost control while driving at high speed.
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The video
Dashcam video from a car just ahead of the accident site captured the moment when the red Ferrari 360 Challenge crashed violently into a Nissan Navara, which was thrown into the air, eventually crushing the car next to it, a Subaru Impreza.
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Fortunately, no injuries
The Nissan Navara was left hanging with the front wheels lifted off the ground. Fortunately, no one was injured.
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High repair costs
The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale has a completely destroyed front end, which means huge repair costs, as Ferrari Club Australia secretary Geoff Petherbridge told the local media, as it is an exclusive Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale worth around $600,000.
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Ferrari 360 Challenge
The Ferrari 360 Challenge has a 3.6-litre V8 engine with 305 kW. This Ferrari is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.1. The car is owned by a well-known collector in the Melbourne area and is probably 1 in 8 sold new in Australia, 1 in 114 right-hand drive models and 1 in 1199 globally.
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