Porsche 911 GT3 RS
It is likely that this is the first example of the new GT3 RS to have crashed. The cause of the accident is unknown, but there are some clues in the nature of the damage to the car. The front-left suspension appears to have collapsed, and the rear-left quarter appears to have suffered the biggest blow, with a large dent in the bodywork, a flat tyre, cracks in the bodywork and damage to the rear bumper – although there is also some damage on the other side too, suggesting the car may have spun and made contact multiple times. There also appears to be burn marks to the paint around the engine cover, suggesting a fire broke out at some point during the incident. Crash-sportwagen.de are now selling the 4-week old car, which only has 1800 kilometres (1118 miles) on the clock.