Poor GT2

Discussion in 'Car Pictures' started by CarreraGtRacer, Dec 3, 2004.

  1. Rumor has it that this was the end of a quick lunch run, to Boston Market, for a porter/salesman at a luxury auto dealership. The driver was not injured!

    He hit the curb and flipped over <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>


     
  2. Ex-salesman.

    Man thats a pretty big f*ckup, he hit that curb hard
     
  3. Driver wasn't injured, despite the fact that a fire hydrant went right through the driver's side roof? Was he thrown out first?
     
  4. I wish he hd been injured/died. idiot.
     
  5. real mature
     
  6. It's real hard to make a mistake when you drive a mirage. You are an idiot. I've driven a GT2 and the car is absolutely insane. It has no traction control, real wheel drive, four hundred and seventy sum horsepower, and is lighter than a turbo. You'd probably be too busy nutting all over yourself if you even got to sit in one, so don't act like your some racing god, even the pro's make mistakes.
     
  7. I didn't notice the fire hydrant before <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/confused.gif"></A> He must have been flatten ! Hope he didn't btw...
     
  8. If it was the driver's fault, then he is an idiot.
     
  9. i agree with you but are you sure it hasn't got TC...?
     
  10. take a chill pill....you take this place far too seriously
     
  11. That guy must have been pretty short for that firehydrant not to have punctured his skull.
     
  12. two more pictures...


    The member on Rennteam.com from where I got these pictures from says:

    "Peter H(Chicago)"

    This route is near my home and the photos were taken by
    someone that happened by the aftermath of the accident at lunchtime. He witnessed that the driver was uninjured.
    He believed that the driver was a porter for a high end luxury used car dealership blocks away from that corner.
    Recently they have had 3-4 GT2's. It's believed that this is one of them.

    It's always amazed me how they allow the staff to take out these cars. I once helped someone to check out a nearly new C4S at their lot. The car was recently driven from their downtown location and the clutch smelt burnt! I hope they treat their customer cars differently!
     
  13. shame. that is a gorgeous car.
    Im glad hte driver's ok.
     
  14. Why would you be using even close to its max HP or driving hard in th rain? Its purely his bad.
     
  15. That had to have been amazing to see! And to those saying you hope he's injured....Jesus christ its a frigging GT2!! Not like it belongs in a museum.
     
  16. wat a #$%#ing asshole

    he deserves to have been hurt, well not really but..
     
  17. yer just a #$%#n asshole for even sayin shit like that.
     
  18. ferrari of los gatos used to hire high schoolers for their lot attendants. a couple of 355s were crashed..now you have to be 25 to work there.
     
  19. The driver is a total #$%#. He was driving a powerful RWD car in the wet tarmac, he could have killed someone.
    If he can't control the car he shouldn't be driving it, even less in the middle of a street in the downtown.
     
  20. Ok fine. he was driving a powerful RWD car in the rain. But when someone says:

    2009059: he deserves to have been hurt, well not really but..

    That makes him an asshole.
     
  21. Both the GT2 and GT3 have no traction controll.
     
  22. the funny thing is that the people saying he shouldve been hurt wouldnt last 10 minutes in that car before wrecking it
     
  23. You would know that how? STFU
     
  24. Regardless, none of you were there and know how he lost control, so ur in no position to judge his driving skill. For all we know there could have been a mechanical failure that caused him to crash and obviously someone trusted his driving skill to give him the opportunity to drive that car in the first place.
     

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