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The blue Pagani Zonda, which has a top speed of almost 220 miles per hour, collided with a barrier on the A27 at Tangmere in West Sussex, England, on Saturday morning.
Sussex police said they were appealing for witnesses as no other car was at the scene upon police arrival. The driver of the car was not injured in the collision.
"We are appealing to anyone who saw this car driving on the A27, we are hoping someone would remember as it is so distinctive," Police Constable Peter De Silvio said in a statement Monday.
It is thought the "one-off" Italian-made vehicle was traveling in a convoy of sports cars shortly after 07.30 local time Saturday.