Ferrari blamed for leaving tread-marks on Chinese historical wall

The Italian car maker Ferrari, known for their exotic supercars as well as their formula one team, has issued a formal apology for leaving tyre tread marks on a historical wall in Nanjing, China.

The promotional event was meant to mark the 20th anniversary of Ferrari’s commercial entrance in China. But the night before, an unidentified employee drifted a car worth millions of yuan without permission, and left tire marks on the ancient wall, triggering widespread outrage over damage to the heritage in the capital city of east China’s Jiangsu Province.

Hilariously these are the same people who sell live fish and turtles in tiny keychains. If they’re unhappy with their million dollar Ferrari 458 Italia, I’ll gladly take it off their hands. I’ll only charge them a slight shipping fee.



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