Storm Christoph supposedly caused this Ferrari 812 Superfast to flip over
It's not been a good week for 812 owners, has it?
Over the past week, the UK has been greatly affected by Storm Christoph which has taken the nation by storm (literally).
Parts of the UK have had severe flooding and strong winds as you can see by what happened to this black Ferrari on the motorway in West Yorkshire.
Highways England tweeted a picture of the overturned car, which looks to have crashed through a barrier on the side of the M621 near Beeston. They captioned the picture “Storm Christoph 1 – Ferrari 0.”
The incident occured on Tuesday around 12pm on the M621 motorway in West Yorkshire on the anticlockwise section between Junction 1 and 2. It has not been said if anyone was injured, but we hope everyone involved is safe.
It would be surprising if the wind had flipped the car over, but nothing has yet been said on how the accident happened.
This news comes a few days after a car wash attendant crashed a red Ferrari 812 Superfast owned by a footballer in Italy. It doesn't look like these front-engined V12 GT cars are having much luck at the moment.