So here's some video guaranteed to make you either lose your lunch in sympathetic pain or cheer at rich folks' misfortune: a clip of a $1.5 million Enzo Ferrari skidding right into the water during the Targa Newfoundland Rally.
Driver Zahir Rana of ZR Auto was cruising along just fine in the rally — which apparently runs right through subdivisions, judging from the video above — when he hit a rough patch of gravel and spun his ride right into the water.
Now, most people would be terrified at the thought of just driving a car worth more than most houses, let alone wrecking it. But Rana was optimistic, or at least in optimistic shock: "Doesn't look bad at all," he said as an automotive fortune is hauled out of the drink. "This is a good challenge."
He also came up with a line we expect teens across the world will try to use whenever they wreck Dad's ride: "I thank God that I'm well and fine, and it's only a car. It's not a big deal."