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'I've never seen such a thing. Ferraris rarely travel in such large numbers' - A Japanese highway patrolman seems befuddled by a pile-up involving 20 supercars - including eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini and, er, a Toyota Prius. The crash is thought to be one of the most expensive ever, with a damages bill estimated to ring in at $3m (£2m). We give it two weeks before Top Gear is staging a dramatic reconstruction ...

by Emma Haslett
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
- Source: AFP
‘I’ve never seen such a thing. Ferraris rarely travel in such large numbers’ – A Japanese highway patrolman seems befuddled by a pile-up involving 20 supercars – including eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini and, er, a Toyota Prius. The crash is thought to be one of the most expensive ever, with a damages bill estimated to ring in at $3m (£2m). We give it two weeks before Top Gear is staging a dramatic reconstruction …  

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