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Offline B2

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Yeah looks crunchy :(

Any mexicans spot where it is and how it could happen there?

To me it looks like he run out of road at a T intersection.

It was on Batman Ave which is at the end of the Monash Freeway.  Road runs form Tennis centre to Flinders Street.

How did it happen????  Its pretty much a straight roiad so I suspect speed and brain fade.  Maybe had traction control off and it broke while changing gear.

:drive:  had to use that one thanks FF.  Its my favourite.  :D

Should really be on a track if you want to drive that fast.



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Made the mainstream tv news tonight.  Apparently the son of the owner is responsible. :doh:



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Man driving sports car
Not nessecerally sports car driver"

Nice quote :D



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http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/melbourne-man-wrecks-fathers-ferrari/2008/05/05/1209839513969.html

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It’s no fun calling dad after crashing his car - but it’s worse when you’ve just wrecked his prized Ferrari.

A Melbourne man had to make that call on Saturday night after destroying the front-end of his father’s ‘Italian Stallion’ in a very costly smash near Rod Laver Arena.

The front of the red sports car, which police said had been speeding, finished wrapped around a pole in the spectacular accident, which took place on Batman Avenue.

The young man behind the wheel was taken to hospital with minor injuries, but not before television crews filmed him ringing home.

The Nine Network last night reported the luxury car had suffered “extensive front-end damage”.






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Looks like the road around the back of Royal Park and the bend just past the Zoo and before the tram crossing.






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