The driver of a Pagani Zonda Roadster died last Sunday after a collision outside London .
The driver of a Pagani Zonda Roadster died last Sunday after a collision outside London in Watford, Hertfordshire. Most likely, the person behind the wheel was William Baranos, a wealthy property developer who didn’t put his seatbelt on after getting inside the car. It seems that the vehicle ended up in a metal fence at a junction. The only good news is that the 20-year-old passenger managed to walk away without any serious injuries as the person did not need hospital treatment.
The vehicle that was wrecked was on sale at Joe Macari’s which is a well-known UK sales garage. The car is wearing the chassis number #76041 and it was manufactured back in 2004. Originally, this Pagani Zonda Roadster had a yellow exterior paint with a black interior and yellow stitching, but it got a new light pink paint job. Last year Joe Macari bought it for 320,500 pounds during the Goodwood Festival of Speed, while towards the end of the year it appeared again with a matt red wrap. As you can see from the photo, the car has a black paint scheme which was applied recently.
William Baranos was found 10 feet from the car and it seems that upon impact the Zonda’s door was ripped off, ejecting Baranos from the vehicle.