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Crashed Pagani Zonda

Yet another heartbreaking hypercar crash: this time it's a Pagani Zonda F

F@$K! That's what we'd wager was shouted quite loudly from this Pagani Zonda F seconds before the main photograph was taken. The circumstances behind the accident that decimated the rare hypercar are – predictably – rather sketchy, but word is the driver was tootling back from a trackday when an out of control lorry came headed his (or indeed, her) way, forcing evasive action into a row of parked cars. The resulting mess may well tell a different story, though, the front of the car close to being unrecognisable. Note the jettisoned front wing, too, with its ornate side mirror still intact. The incident took place in Hong Kong, and is the latest in a series of supercar slayings. Recent weeks have seen a Bugatti Veyron end up in a US salt lake and the Italian Police kill their Lamborghini Gallardo patrol car. In all cases it’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry…

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