Ferrari 360 fire causes accident domino effect

How hard is it to build a car that doesn't catch on fire? Search through the database and you'll quickly see that Ferrari is always the burning brand. This Ferrari fire was extra special, as it caused a domino effect of accidents by onlookers. While looking at the Ferrari burn, several other accidents occurred thus causing even more chaos and more traffic, thus multiplying the fire from singular to epic within minutes!

I would say this is a rare sight - but unfortunately it is not. Ferrari's catch on fire all of the time for no apparent reason. The most popular Ferrari to burn to the ground is the 458 Italia. This little fire-horse was seen on YouTube burning almost once a week! Why do Ferrari's always seem to catch on fire? I'll let you in on a little secret; I think they are overpriced garbage.

Okay, so maybe I'm being a little rough on the little Italian stallions. But hey, the proof is in the pudding so to speak and it seems like every time I turn around another Ferrari has caught on fire. Could it be owner neglect, bad engineering, or a combination of both? The sources point to all of the above, as Ferrari owners typically neglect the required maintenance because it is so ridiculously expensive. Oil changes and regular servicing on a Ferrari is comparable to that of an aircraft; so most just assume do it themselves. Perform service yourself, and below is what you get. Ferrari flambe le pue!

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