10 sports cars ruined in transporter nightmare
An supercar transporter carrying 10 sports cars has rolled near the Brands Hatch race track on it's way to another famous circuit, Goodwood.
According to reports from Kent Live, the transporter overturned last Wednesday after leaving Brands Hatch Circuit. The cars, two Ferrari F430 Spiders, a Lamborghini Aventador, Aston Martin Vantage, Nissan GT-R, Audi R8, Jaguar F-Type Convertible, Mercedes-AMG GT, BMW 3 Series and Bentley Continental GT, were reportedly part of a drive-experience fleet.
The crash occurred on the A20, just outside the circuit and thankfully no injuries were reported.
10 sports cars in crash on way to Goodwood
The Daily Mail reports the cars were owned and operated by Everyman Racing and were being moved from a day at Brands Hatch to prepare for another event at the Goodwood circuit in southern England, about 130km away.
On its Instagram account, the company praised the performance of the truck driver for avoiding any injury or impact with other road users, and joked it may need to break out the cut-and-polish to help get the cars back on the road.
While the truck itself seems to be heavily damaged, the condition of the cars is largely unknown as most remained strapped to the trailers. However, the Aston Martin looks to have taken significant impact and the Bentley can be seen on its roof some way from the rest of the carnage, hinting at far more serious damage.