One of the 499 LaFerraris participated recently in Italy at the Trento-Bondone Hill Climb and apparently suffered some minor damages after getting too hot.
In recent years, Ferraris have developed a bad habit of catching fire and it seems the tradition lives on with the LaFerrari. In the attached video you can see the car leaving a trail of worrying smoke behind it and there's also a photograph posted on Instagram showing the car suffered minor damages to its rear bumper probably related to overheating issues in the engine department. Those who attended the 64th edition of the Trento-Bondone Hill Climb in Italy say there were some suspicious flames coming out of the LaFerrari's rear.
As a reminder, last week a red LaFerrari was damaged after hitting a sixth generation Volkswagen Golf near the Monte Carlo Country Club and these are not the only two incidents involving Maranello's latest flagship since back in November one car was rear-ended by a truck while a few months earlier a prototype went off-road at Fiorano after a brake failure.