The cost of repairing all these cars will be very high, including one “injured” badly – Video: Ben Slipper/X
British police said the accident happened on the A20 near the famous Brands Hatch circuit near Farningham in Kent. The truck carrying all the supercars and luxury cars worth over USD 1 million overturned, blocking the road for a long time.
The rescue operation is particularly difficult when the entire vehicle including the truck is of utmost importance. Therefore, they must find the most careful rescue method to avoid further damage.
It can be seen from the image that the expensive cars in the transport vehicle are Lamborghini Aventador, Jaguar F-Type, Audi R8, Mercedes-AMG GT, Nissan GT-R R35, two Ferraris, one Aston Martin and one BMW.
The most notable “victim” is probably the Bentley Continental when it was thrown out of a transport vehicle, lying “on its belly” by the side of the road. Broken glass and liquid (probably gasoline or oil) were visible around the scene.
Police did not reveal the cause of the accident or what charges have been laid against the driver. Everyman Racing mentioned the accident on the company’s Instagram account, stating that the cars were being brought from Brands Hatch to Goodwood after an event.
The company, which organizes events and services related to in-car experiences, did not criticize the driver, who suffered only minor injuries. Instead, they also praised him for his “extremely good reflexes and quick thinking”, which kept the damage minimal and did not hurt any other road users.
While many feel sorry for the car or heave a sigh of relief that no one was seriously injured, some are also deeply concerned about the insurance issue. A narrator had a similar accident, but the company didn’t buy insurance, so they went bankrupt.
However, that’s probably not a concern for Everyman Racing. Despite the large price tag, Everyman Racing confidently claims that they still have “over 200 supercars to choose from”, despite the many damaged vehicles. This suggests that the company must have bought enough insurance to cover the losses this time.