A Ferrari driver’s mistake on a wet road in Japan has caused a massive car crash that involved 14 cars, including seven other Ferraris, three Mercedes and a Lamborghini.
The vehicles were being driven by a group of car enthusiasts from Kyushu to Hiroshima during wet weather on Sunday morning when the accident happened.
The pile-up was triggered when a Ferrari driver lost control while trying to overtake on a bend on China Road in Yamaguchi Prefecture.
The driver reportedly hit the median, causing the other cars to smash into each other.
No people were seriously hurt in the accident but the damage to the cars was severe, with many believed to have been written off.
Ten men and a woman were taken to hospital with bruises and slight injuries.
Video of the aftermath shows the vehicles, some which cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, with missing panels and badly dented bodies and a trail of debris littering the highway.
The road was closed for six hours as crews worked to clean up the mess.
The cars involved appear to be multiple Ferrari F355s, F430s, an F360 and an F512, a Mercedes Benz CL600, a Lamborghini Diablo, a Nissan Skyline and a Toyota Prius.
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