Crash: Rowan Atkinson (Mr Bean) Has Lost Control Of His McLaren F1

by Adrian Hayden

We all saw at least once the popular television show “Mr Bean.” The actor Rowan Atkinson may have got around in a tiny Mini in the show, but in reality, the British TV star actually drives around in hyper-expensive supercars, one of which is the ultra-rare McLaren F1.

Well, the actor was reportedly admitted to hospital with minor injuries after the F1 left the road on the A605 near Peterborough yesterday evening, before reportedly spinning several times and crashing into a street sign. No other vehicles were involved in the accident.

A witness to the aftermath stated “no pics needless to say but the left hand door had been cut away and the whole left hand side of the car was wrecked and bent twisted. It was ruined. It looked like he lost control on the wet road and hit the trees at some speed.”

Finally, this is the second time Rowan Atkinson has crashed his McLaren F1, the first time being in October 1999 in Lancashire where he rear ended a Rover Metro.

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