A Ferrari FXX Evoluzione crashed during a private track day held at Monza in Italy.
It was a damp morning and grip levels were low, especially in the braking zones. The driver locked up braking into turn 1 and spun across the track. The supercar then skid off the racetrack and slammed into the barriers. While the car suffered major damage to its front end, the driver reportedly escaped unscathed.
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The Ferrari FXX Evoluzione is the successor to the Enzo-based FXX and the father of the latest LaFerrari-based FXX K Evoluzione. Only 38 FXXs were produced from 2005-2007 and one was converted for road use. The FXX Evoluzione is powered by an updated 6.3-litre, naturally-aspirated V12 engine that produces 850 hp – up from 789 hp. It also features a revised gearbox that shifts between ratios in 60 milliseconds.