Street Racing can be real adventure and thrill until and unless it costs your life. It is amazing to see super speedy sports cars running at a speed never seen before. But what if the thrill and excitement suddenly changes to some sort of catastrophic disaster? Something similar happened at the ‘Street racing 60 mph’, Los Angeles.
A McLaren Supercar of $185,000 was destroyed as it wrecked into an Audi in a horror street racing car crash and the entire incident left the drivers in hospital. The collision occurred near a school in LA at 4:48 pm, Tuesday. The two drivers who were taken to the hospital suffered severe injuries. The McLaren which was going at a speed of 60 mph in a 25 mph zone belonged to Kenneth Lynch, a married father who lives in Canoga Park and works as a financial controller for Relativity Media LLC. He previously posted pictures of a white McLaren MP4-12C coupe worth $ 190,000, with a caption saying, ‘Tonight’s Car I took to the drag strip.’
Sources have it that during the collision, a grey Sedan was also damaged. Police authorities yet have no idea as to which car the severely injured driver belongs to. According to them, the speed was the major factor responsible for the crash in the street racing.