Even the better drivers may cause the accidental “boo-boo”. This was the message after a heavily modified Enzo Ferrari crashed into the ocean during the Targa Newfoundland Rally 2011.
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The supercar, valued at R11m, was piloted (and owned) by Zahir Rana, who also owns ZR Auto exotic car dealership.
During the Targa Newfoundland Rally 2011, Rana and navigator Roland Linder crashed their Ferrari after hitting a hard bump on the gravel following a corner. Consequently, Rana lost control of the vehicle, sending it backwards off a ledge and plummeting into the ocean below.
‘NO BIG DEAL’
Ferrari produced very few Enzos (only 400) and Rana’s supercar held claim to being one of the fastest after being modified. The Ferrari was tuned in Germany and could deliver a bewildering 633kW and rocket from 0-100km/h in 2.8 seconds.
Rana posted a video of the clip, explaining how the accident occurred and that he is thankful that nobody was hurt.
Rana also commented that despite its price and rarity, “It’s only a car, it’s not a big deal.”