Watch in Horror As a 911 GT2 RS Slams Into a Pagani Huayra

That'll be an expensive repair bill.


We're big proponents of using a track-ready road car as it was intended. Sure, it's great to be all flashy, loud, and uncomfortable on the street, but the best place to actually use these cars at speed without getting arrested is on a track.

The good thing about a track is that it's a controlled environment. Even though the speeds are higher, there are also more safety precautions. The bad thing is that higher speeds place more of an onus on machinery and the driver, and a mechanical failure or human error is immediately exaggerated.

That's what we have here.

During a track day at Monza, one of the fastest tracks in Italy, a 911 GT2 RS hurtles through the brakes zone for the tight turn one directly into the side of a Pagani Huayra. While we don't know if the incident was caused by a driver who missed a braking point or a broken part, we do know that this caused a lot of damage to both cars. Interestingly, the Huayra's passenger side door also opened during the crash, which doesn't seem to be the best for crash protection.

Both cars stop nearly immediately after the crash, and the driver of the GT2 RS can be seen getting out at the very end. Thankfully, it sounds like all involved were ok.

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