2015  » Autumn Classic

A "priceless" Aston Martin once driven by Sir Stirling Moss was involved in this bizarre racing crash - thought to be one of the most expensive smashes ever. The Aston Martin DBR1 - worth at least £20 million - a classic Jaguar XK 120 and an Austin Healey 100 piled into each other during a 1950s Supercars race at Goodwood. All three cars suffered damage, but luckily none were written off.
Sports Cars
Aston Martin DBR1
Jaguar XK 120
Austin Healey 100
England, UK
Permanent Circuit
Castle Combe
Autumn Classic
Daily Mail

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