Million-dollar crash: Three Ferraris collide during charity cruise
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Every year, hundreds of supercars descend on Philadelphia for the Super Car Show, which is a high-end performance car display put on by the city's CF Charities.
Used to raise money for the organisation's youth-focused health and educational programs, it includes a police escort down the freeway before a display at the Wells Fargo Centre.
Given the nature of this show, it's not meant to be a high-speed demonstration, but one Ferrari driver got a little too pedal happy when police opened up the freeway for the cruising section.
According to a local report, the incident occurred on the Vine Street Expressway while it was closed for the event. The driver of a black Ferrari decides to let loose, and carnage follows.
After flying past numerous supercars, the Ferrari comes up on slower-moving vehicles and attempts to swerve before losing control and taking out a pair of Ferraris.
While the video is blurry, we can make out the offending car is a 488, and it looks like it first makes contact with a black 488 Pista before slamming into a 458 in the other lane.
It's unclear as to whether any driver/passenger sustained an injury during the incident, but it wouldn't be unsurprising to see all three Ferraris written off as a result of damages.