Just heard from a very good friend of mine. A very good friend of his (who I have met twice) was coming back from his office the other day/night and was going through the tunnel from the 241 to the 133 at about 140mph. Evidently the car started to push and he found himself drifting into the outer lane towards a car doing 65mph. He had no choice but to hit the brakes and once that happened he lost control of the car and hit a pole. The car ricocheted off the pole and flipped over twice and caught fire. If he had been knocked unconscious he would have died in the impending fire. Fortunately, he was conscious and was able to kick open the door as the car was burning. He is now in the hospital with 40% of his body burned and requiring skin graphs. The Modena is completely burned and charred beyond recognition. It is unrecognizable as a Ferrari. Thank God he survived! I will find out more later and will probably have pictures of the car shortly. As a fellow enthusiast I know all of us hate to hear stories like this. It makes us realize that we are not invincible even though we may often feel that way in the type of cars we own and drive. Anyway, sad to hear this but glad it did not have a worse ending.