A silver Ferrari F50 was involved in a single-car accident on the A43 road in United Kingdom.

A silver Ferrari F50 was involved in a single-car accident on the A43 road in United Kingdom.

The crash occurred on Wednesday morning near the Silverstone circuit and according to onlookers the driver lost control of the supercar after going through a junction. It hit a lamp post which caused some serious damage to the supercar's rear end, resulting in what could be one of the most expensive single-car accidents ever registered in United Kingdom, but probably not as pricey as Rowan Atkinson's McLaren F1 crash which cost insurers no less than £910,000.

The Ferrari F50 - one of the 349 cars ever built - was probably heading to Silverstone track according to Seamus O'Brien who was one of the first to arrive at the scene of the accident where he noticed a man wearing a Ferrari T-shirt as well as another car with the hazard lights on blocking the lane.

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Ferrari F50 crashes in UK near Silverstone track