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Ferrari drivers survive high-speed crash

By Ma Lie (China Daily)

10:30, October 17, 2012

Medical workers try to save the driver of a Ferrari after an expressway accident in Shaanxi province on Monday. (Mu Shan / for China Daily)

An accident involving two Ferraris has once again drawn attention to racing luxury cars.

The two Ferraris crashed against guardrails of the Baotou-Maoming Expressway's Yulin city section in Shaanxi province on Monday.

Pictures show the chassis and wheels of one of the red Ferraris separated from the body after the collision, leaving the car's shape unrecognizable.

However, the drivers survived the incident with minor injuries.

A police officer surnamed Lei with the city's traffic police told China Daily on Tuesday that the cars, which had temporary license plates, entered the mainland from Hong Kong en route to Ordos, a city in Inner Mongolia.

Local newspaper Huashang Daily reported the cars were going to a car show.

Lei did not confirm this and did not reveal the identity of the cars' owners.

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