A McLaren F1 was involved in a serious accident in Italy between Saline di Volterra and Pomarance around midday on Tuesday.

A McLaren F1 was involved in a serious accident in Italy between Saline di Volterra and Pomarance around midday on Tuesday.

The causes of the crash are not known at this point but Italian media is reporting the driver and passenger were airlifted to the hospital and are in a stable condition and will recover. The McLaren F1 suffered extensive damages bust most likely it's still repairable and will be back on the roads in several months.

The damaged car wearing chassis number 72 was part of a larger group of McLaren F1s participating in a tour of Italy and benefiting from technical support provided by McLaren. Part of that group was Rowan Atkinson (better known as Mr. Bean) who crashed his McLaren F1 in 1999 and once again in 2011. The last time he damaged the supercar, McLaren needed a year to get it back in shape and issued a 910,000 GBP repair bill.

McLaren F1 severely damaged after crash in Italy