The Goodwood Revival, a historical racing event in England held every September, is known for its hardcore, all-out nature of its races. Drivers push their cars to the limit, despite the fact they’re often wheeling machines worth several million dollars. This Jaguar E-Type driver got a little too ambitious in his corner entry, and nearly wrecked a $30 million Ferrari 250 GTO.
From the video, we can see the E-Type driver try to dive into the right-hander at a fairly quick pace. But, he’s carrying too much speed in his entry, and loops the car directly behind a 250 GTO race car. The spinning Jaguar comes mere inches from slapping the back end of the Ferrari and causing a cringeworthy amount of damage.
The drivers (and their car’s respective owners) lucked out pretty hard after the incident, as both came out unscathed. Watching skilled drivers push these legendary cars to the limit is surely fun, but owners pay a high price if someone makes a mistake.