Ten Charged in $4 Million, 14-Supercar Crash
It's always embarrassing getting into an accident. That embarrassment is compounded when either of the cars involved are high-performance supercars, thus drawing the attention of onlookers. One has to wonder what was going through the minds of the 14 owners of these crashed supercars, dubbed the world's most expensive car wreck. The original crash happened in Japan in 2011, when a group of supercars were following each other through a mountainous section of road. The lead car slammed on the brakes, and the following cars had no time to react. The result was the destruction of a Nissan Skyline, a lowly Toyota Prius and Ferraris that included an F360, F355, F430. The overall tally of the crash was $4 million in damage. Now, the owners of the supercars have been charged. The ten drivers have been charged with speeding and reckless driving, and the trial is underway. We will be curious to see how this plays out for these drivers.