Man in his 30s is killed in Ferrari crash in £250,000 supercar

Man in his 30s is killed in Ferrari crash after £250,000 supercar veers off carriageway and smashes into tree

  • A man in his thirties was killed on Sunday morning in crash near Doncaster
  • His £250,000 Ferrari is believed to have hit a tree before flipping on to its roof 

A man in his 30s has died after a Ferrari smashed into a tree in a horror crash.

The £250,000 supercar veered off the A630 in Armthorpe, near Doncaster at 8.50am yesterday and collided with a tree.

South Yorkshire Police raced to the scene after being called by a member of the public. 

The driver was pronounced dead at the scene near the roundabout between Herald Road and Thorne Road but has yet to be formally identified.

Police are now appealing for witnesses to the horror crash as they begin their investigation.

A man in his thirties died in the horror crash, which saw the supercar hit a tree before flipping onto its roof

Pictures show the extent of the damage to the expensive supercar as the front wheels have been mangled and the doors have collapsed. 

The roof appears to have collapsed as the car was flipped upside-down and the boot has been ripped off, exposing the twin-turbo V8 engines.  

The £250,000 Ferrari was winched from the scene during the day yesterday. 

The £250,000 red Ferrari F8 was travelling on the A630 near Doncaster when it crashed into a tree

Police are appealing for witnesses to the event to come forward as they begin their investigation into the crash which destroyed the £250,000 Ferrari 

In a statement on Sunday, a spokesman said: ‘Officers are now appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who was driving in the area at the time and has dash cam footage which captured the vehicle before the collision to come forward to see if you can assist with the enquiries.

The force said people who have information should contact them online or by calling 101.  

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