We’re about to put this year in the rear view. Speaking about situational awareness, we hope everyone has safe travels into 2019. With that being said let’s take a look at the top crashes of 2018.
Lamborghini Rental Goes Wrong
Being in the Exotic Car Rental business leaves yourself wondering when the inevitable incident will happen. This Lamborghini Huracan slight fender bender was the focus of a VinWiki story. It will probably buff out…
Porsche 911 GT3 Tests Nurburgring Catch Fence
The reason why 996 Series Porsche 911 GT3 are appreciating is seen here. The light and fast supercars send all power to the rear wheels. This unfortunate driver hits “the bump”. It is one of the ‘Ring’s most infamous undulations. Amazing he walked away without a scratch.
Porsche Rolls 9.5 Times in Scary Nurburgring Crash
Just a few turns away from the Porsche GT3 Crash above, the track claimed another pristine example. John Shoffner of J2 Racing was taking on Nordschleife in his Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car at the VLN Endurance Championship. All the safety equipment worked with the roll cage. He spent a night in Intensive Care but made a full recovery.
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder vs Ford F350 SuperDuty
You can file this one under “Only in Florida”. The body panels of a Lamborghini Huracan are incredibly strong because they are made of carbon fiber. But even the best composites are no match for a Ford SuperDuty. Captured by a red light camera, the Huracan driver jumps into the black Mercedes-AMG S65 and flees the scene.
Lamborghini Huracan Spins Out Racing A Hayabusa
Street racing is stupid. Racing a Suzuki Hayabusa in a Lamborghini is even more so. Not much to say about this one except you might be surprised about the damage to the car.
Lamborghini Huracan Evo Super Trofeo vs Laguna Seca
If there is something to be learned from this list, it’s that the Lamborghini Huracan is incredibly safe. It has a few bits of carbon fiber, but it relies on Audi’s Aluminum Space Frame that is shared with the R8. Designed to bend and distort instead of fly apart, it has saved countless lives so far.
Slightly Damaged Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster For Sale
We would like to know more about this unfortunate Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster, but it was sold by our friends at Copart.com. Cars like these can translate into nice profits if you can get a deal on the parts. Or…paint it black and hit the track!
Lego Porsche GT3 RS Crash Test
If you value the life of your Lego MiniFig, don’t place them in unsafe cars. This test was sponsored by ADAC (Germany’s Equivalent of AAA) to promote the safety of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. If it is this strong, imagine the pain of stepping on it at night!
Tell us which car you hate to see destroyed, and stay with us for more wild action in 2019.