Ultra Rare Ferrari Enzo Crashes Into Tree In The Netherlands
Seeing a supercar in distress is never a pleasant sight for enthusiasts, but when it’s something as rare and significant as a Ferrari Enzo, it’s even harder to take. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what we have today out of the Netherlands.
Our friends at FerrariChat unearthed the news from sources in the Netherlands that were on the scene of the crash in Baarn, not far from Amsterdam. In addition to a descriptive article, The FerrariChat forums offer a bit of unofficial insight from forum members in the area. It’s believed the driver of the car was a mechanic at a Ferrari dealer in Hilversum. The car may have been under the ownership of the dealer, as registration plates were identified as being “garage” plates.
As for exactly what happened, that’s also unclear. Weather conditions in the area were reportedly chilly and damp, above freezing but not ideal for driving a 651-horsepower supercar likely riding on tires best suited for warm tarmac. The car left the N221 highway in Baarn, reportedly striking a tree on the passenger rear. Jeffrey de Ruiter on Instagram captured detailed images of the aftermath (featured above) showing significant damage to the body along the entire passenger side. Both passenger-side wheels are ripped off; the front and rear fascias are destroyed and airbags deployed inside.