Fortunately not mine and not a Ferrari but a stunning Lotus Esprit. I went to the UK national Lotus show at Donnington race track on Saturday. It's the biggest Lotus show in the UK and attracts thousands of owners. Inside the exhibition hall they had all the usual traders and also some dealers. One of the dealers had about 10 cars there for sale including an early 80's Esprit special edition, one of only twenty cars produced. It has only done 400 miles from new and had been kept in a museum since it was built. Needless to say it was absolutely stunning. When I walked past it for the second time there was a big group or people standing around it and it turned out that some sick F%$K had keyed it all down one side (it was parked side on the the wall of the hall). The scratch was all the way into the body and was about 5 feet long with some other smaller but equally deep scratches. I found out later that 3 other cars were also keyed, all belonging to the same dealer. I can't believe that someone would do something like this at an event like this. Whoever it was must have had some sort of grudge against the dealer but even so why would you key a car if you were an enthusiast of the marque? It really pi$$ed me off and spoilt what was otherwise a good day.