For the past few days, we have heard a lot of news about sportscar and supercar crashes around the globe. The only explainable reason behind the rise in such crashes is the sudden spurt in the number of millionaires around the globe. Even though economy around the globe is tumbling, sales of expensive cars like, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Aston Martin, etc are on the rise.
It is not only difficult to learn to control a powerful car, but at the same time it is very important to understand the capability of your new sportscar. This is what most of the new sportscar buyers lack today. Before learning to control or understand the risk of driving a sportscar, such buyers make a big mistake when they consider driving a supercar similar to driving any other car.
Earlier last week, we had seen a video of a Lamborghini brushing itself into other cars while taking a turn in Chicago. The video has now received more than 13 million hits on YouTube. Thanks to a little extra push on the accelerator, the sportscar generates more than enough torque sending the rear wheels into spin.
Now this week, new images have surfaced where a similar incident seems to have occurred. A Lamborghini Murcielago owner in Russia seems to have over-accelerated and banged into five other cars, including a Lexus and BMW. Luckily no one was injured in this incident and the car stopped after it banged into a concrete wall of a building.
Please be extra careful with an extra powerful car.
Lamborghini crashes in Chicago[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pgm8I0B8bY[/youtube]