The Pagani Zonda is a very powerful supercar that runs on a naturally aspirated V12 and has carbon fiber body. Naturally it takes skill to drive it. And you would assume the world’s fastest driver, Lewis Hamilton F1 champion, has enough skill to handle it. Apparently not.
He crashed his rare 760 hp, manual gearbox Zonda in another parked vehicle, in the city of Monaco. The incident happened at 3:28 AM. According to Hamilton, the crash happened because he had a fever. Fortunately, no one was injured.
This proves that even three times world champions make human mistakes when driving and we, the normal people, should be even more alert behind the wheel.