A man who struck a multi-million dollar high-end car, McLaren F1, in into a ditch has been alleged of reckless driving.
The 65-year-old Australian man was driving a 1994 McLaren F1, worth an approximated $20 million, when it drove down a ditch on Saturday early morning, in Closeburn south of Queenstown, New Zealand.
The man was driving with 31 other McLaren super cars in a trip of New Zealand for the creator of the car brand Bruce McLaren when lost control of the car.
The Australian man has has been alleged of reckless driving after the McLaren super car he was driving crashed into a ditch. Event organizers were fast to put a dust cover over the automobile, get it from the ditch and on to the back of a truck.
The super automobile fleet was gone to the Glenorchy when the automobile is thought to have spun off the road and crashed into a ditch.
Event organizers were supposedly fast to cover the car, that can reach speeds of approximately 400km/h, with a dust cover and employ a crane truck to lift it out.
Wellington cops stated they will investigate the incident.