How to wreck millions of dollars in seconds

Crashes. We all love them, especially if it's something particularly expensive being crunched.

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Crashes. We all love them, especially if it’s something particularly expensive being crunched.

If you’re the driver, though, crashing something rare and exotic is quite possibly the worst feeling in the world.

Spare a thought, then, for the drivers of these cars.

Entrusted with some of the world’s rarest cars – including a multi-million dollar Lamborghini concept, Aytron Senna’s Lotus Formula 1 car and a priceless Porsche 962C Le Mans racer – they all crashed at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

And happily for us, they all happened in front of 50,000 people, with live TV cameras to capture the shunts.

 

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