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Old 08-25-2003, 12:48 PM
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That thing cost $570,000.00 ? Should of spent some money on driving lessons..
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On race track I doubt insurance covers this. Expensive track ride.
I was thinking the same thing...
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Your boat is not covered as well if it is deemed by the insurance carrier that you were racing...now define racing
It's when you're between the green flag and the checkered flag of a sanctioned race.
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Old 08-28-2003, 07:15 AM
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Update on the guy that wrecked the Lambo:

The accident happend at Road Atlanta when he lifted off the throttle when cresting the hill AND entering the turn. Instant loss of traction and immediate spin!

Don't think he was too worried about the $$$ or the pain - he went out and purchased a brand new Diablo the same afternoon!!!

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...Don't think he was too worried about the $$$ or the pain - he went out and purchased a brand new Diablo the same afternoon!...
Where are the pics from that wreck...

Those actions sure sound like a person that did not sweat much to earn it, he should of breath through his nose a little. Hey anyway it's his to do what he wants.

Was the purchase made in the ride from the dog track to the strip joint with the money in the lost suitcase???
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Old 08-28-2003, 01:03 PM
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Where are the pics from that wreck...
Here's a link to the pictures.

I guess the driver/owner of the car is well known on the Ferarri websites. Does that mean he a (or some) Ferarris as well???

I agree about about him probably not sweatin' for the money and also agreee if it's his $$$, then spend it any legal way that he he wants. As people involved in offshore boats, I'm sure we look the same way to "outsiders" as well!

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