Two people have been killed after a silver Ferrari FF crashed on an unrestricted section of the German autobahn in Hamminkeln.

At the time of the crash, it was reportedly raining with the FF making the most of the free speed limits, apparently overtaking cars at over 200 km/h. When cresting a right hand turn however, it all went wrong for the passengers and the FF travelling from the Netherlands.


In the midst of the turn, the FF reportedly began to skid before sliding into a guardrail and smashing into a tree on the side of the road. Immediately following the impact with the tree, the Italian car caught fire with both passengers killed immediately.

As evidenced by the shocking images, the damage sustained to the FF is comprehensive. While most of the car has been destroyed by the fire, it seems apparent that it struck the tree from the side with the mangled mess initially confusing local reporters about just what Ferrari model it was.
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