Thursday, February 23, 2006

Get Your Ferrari - Now 50% Off!

On Tuesday morning, a really expensive Ferrari (as if there is such a thing as an inexpensive model) hit a telephone pole and split in half. Police are looking for the driver who survived thanks to airbag deployment. The Ferrari Enzo was one of only 400 made and worth between $600K and $1 million. The passenger, Stefan Eriksson, said the driver fled on foot. Eyewitnesses say the crash resulted from racing. Eriksson said he only knew the first name of the driver, yet despite his bloodied lip, there's no blood on "his" airbag, but blood was found on the driver's airbag. Other Enzo owners will say they're sad another piece of art has been destroyed, but I'm sure they're happy because this just makes their models more valuable.

I can't even afford 1/2 of a wrecked Ferrari.

Well of course there was a crash, it's clear the car never even had a rear axle.

R.I.P. Ferrari Enzo Engine. We'll miss your 660-HP, V-12 engine that goes 0-60 in four seconds, and has a top speed of 217 MPH.

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