i dunno that's shitty, i don't know if he would have been dead on impact... maybe if he wasn't wearing a seatbelt. i'm sure if it was made to go fast enough to flip it, it should have been designed to handle the crash. but i'm sure he paniced.
i can't imagine a worst way to die. i hope his family is ok
I have a few friends that work for MotorCars International located in Springfield, MO. The Gallardo and Murcielago are two monsters of the road. Selling one is very rewarding in the pocketbook! Both cars are not only expensive, but expensive to maintain. From what I've been told, most new owners will burn a clutch up pretty quick on their first Lambo, not knowing how to drive them.
$10,000 just for a clutch! $6000 for the part, $4000 for the labor!
The 12 cylinder Murcielago will hit the 200mph mark (They do 65mph in first gear).
You would think there would be more safety precautions taken on an automobile like this. Tragic, freak accident.
There's no way I'd spend $100K on a Ford. For a $100K, you could buy a number of pre-owned Ferrari's or Porsche's for that that are just as quick, handle better, and are more reliable. Not that a Ferrari is a good daily driver, I would have to say the Porsche is a better buy.