It could have ended differently but it turned out all right. Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo was shaken when he got out of his completely crushed Ferrari after he lost control of the car on the A538 Wilmslow Road, near Manchester Airport. The car spun on the side of the tunnel and then it impacted to cause it to lose a front wheel and then ricocheted off the wall and then crashed. Team mate Edwin Van der Sar was travelling behind CR7 car when it happened. The two, in separate cars, were on their way to training at United’s Carrington Complex. Police who started their inquiry is going to question Van Der Sar on the speed of CR7 driving.
It looks like CR7 was not able to handle the speed of the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, a V12 engined car that can do a 0-62mph in 3.7 seconds and it is hugely fast with sensational acceleration. He imported the car just two days ago from Portugal after spending his New Year there with family and agent. The front of the car was completely totalled and it was indeed a miracle that CR7 was unharmed. Thank goodness he still have a fleet of cars to drive.
Inquiries regarding the crash is continuing and it looks like the investigation will focus on the speed of CR7 driving as he gave a negative breath test when the officers arrived on the scene of the accident.
What were you thinking CR7? Are you testing the car to see if it could DIVE?
CR7 has reportedly told his family that his car, the Ferrari he bought last December 19 in Portugal, skidded on a moisture and oil on the road which cause the car to clipped a roadside barrier then bounced off a wall and then crashed. He said he was not to blame for the accident. The crash left debris all over the road and the car windscreen was shattered, the left wing mirror was ripped off and the front totally demolished. Mama Dolores was said to be shocked of the accident but CR7 assured her that it was nothing more than a scare despite of the totalled condition of the car.