Monday, December 5, 2011

One Hot Lap Denies Involvement in the World's Costliest Car Crash

Rumors that drivers were involved in the world's costliest car crash in Japan are simply untrue for two reasons:
1) cannot afford these cars.
2) drivers NEVER crash!!

Some of the rumors have described our site as "relatively obscure but very influential", which is also untrue. We are very well known among performance driving enthusiasts but not THAT influential...

So you probably know the details of the crash by now: $4 million-worth of supercars, highway crash, eight Ferrari F430, a Lamborghini Gallardo, 3 Mercedes -- plus a Toyota Prius -- among the vehicles involved, etc. What I really want to know is this: how the hell did a Prius end up in a crash of 12 supercars?! Did it have supercharged batteries?


  1. I couldn't believe it they passed me like I was standing still, I was driving my collectors Pinto.

  2. Few of the reports say that the pail-up happened when the leading Ferrari changed lanes and hit the metal rails.

    I guess the leading Ferrari just saw the Prius and had to changed lanes to avoid the "standing Battery" and here you have it - Prius clauses one of the most expensive crashes!!!

  3. A Special Edition Pinto, LOL! Must have been the one with Rallye Decals