A FERRARI racing car was left completely wrecked on a quiet residential street after overturning a RANGE ROVER in a high-speed crash.
Photos of the red sports car, which appears to be covered in racing stickers, show it with a completely crumpled hood.
A Range Rover was thrown on its side in the driveway of a nearby house after the car massacre in Ipswich, Suffolk.
Suffolk Police were called to the scene on Lindbergh Road in the east of the city at 7.04am on Saturday.
Police were later seen inspecting the crashed cars after the impact and two police squad cars appeared to have blocked it.
The road was closed while police cleaned up the accident, but the road has since reopened and traffic is flowing freely.
SuffolkLive reported that one person has been arrested by police following an accident on a residential street in Ipswich involving the Ferrari racing car.
The force has not confirmed whether the arrested person was driving either car.
Gary Smith, 51, a resident of the street, said he heard the Ferrari rocket “full blast” down the street before hearing a massive crash.
He told The Sun Online: “He drove as fast as the car would go, it was at full speed.
“I just thought, what the hell is going on, it sounded like Formula 1.”
Gary – who has lived on the road since 1999 – said the car then drove into a parked Range Rover and threw it onto its side.
He said the impact was so loud it sounded like an “explosion.”
The engineer said the engine miraculously “started again” about thirty seconds after impact and the driver tried to move it, but with little luck.
The 51-year-old said the gentlemen who own the upside down Range Rover are “incredulous” that a race car could send a 2.5 tonne engine airborne.
“You don’t wake up every day and see this,” Gary said.
Suffolk Constabulary could not confirm anything other than that one person had been arrested after the incident and no members of the public were injured.
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