A Ferrari driver lost control on a wet road in Japan, causing a chain reaction that wrecked 14 vehicles, including seven other Ferraris, two Mercedes-Benz and a Lamborghini.
A total of 14 cars were involved in the accident on the Chugoku Expressway near the Shimonoseki junction at 10:15am in the morning. A Nissan GT-R Skyline and a Toyota Prius were also involved in the accident, and eleven people were taken to hospital, but there were no major injuries, according to the Yamaguchi prefectural police.
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