Watch a $1.5 million Enzo Ferrari plunge into the water

Jay Busbee
From the Marbles

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."

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