Ferrari Enzo damaged beyond repair by Eddie Griffin


Another Ferrari Enzo crashes! I guess the fate of this edition is endangered. I’m sure other Ferrari cars would also be meeting with accidents but it’s the exclusive Enzo that always makes it to the news. This time it’s the comedian Eddie Griffin who crashed this rare Ferrari Enzo worth $1.5 million into a concrete barrier while practicing at a racetrack Monday. What sad is that the car is destroyed considerably but this fellow escaped unhurt. Hats off to the superior safety measures of the Enzo! The comedian was practicing for a charity race to promote his upcoming film, “Redline,” when he drove too fast around a curve at the Irwindale Speedway. The ill-fated car is owned by the executive producer of “Redline,” Daniel Sadek, whose exotic car collection is featured in the movie. Sadek said that the car was damaged beyond repair and that he had “mixed feelings” about the wreck. However he mentioned that “I’m glad Eddie came out of the crash OK, but my dream car got destroyed.”

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I’m sure Eddie Griffin wasn’t taking it seriously enough to be handling that kind of car. How could Sadek trust him with his treasure car so blindly?