Ferrari 488 Pista
October 20, 2021 Driving enthusiasts the world over know about Tail of the Dragon, the twisting two-lane highway running through the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina. Individuals and groups flock to the Dragon's 318 curves in just 11 miles, oftentimes exceeding the road's 30-mph speed limit. It's a tempting automotive playground for sure, and occasionally, some drivers go a bit too far. The crash happened on a section of the Dragon called Gravity Cavity MM3, the location of an infamous hump in the road. The car was traveling south and allegedly hit this hump a bit too fast, according to The Drive. The driver lost control, striking the steep grassy cliff on the side of the road and flipping over. The car eventually came to rest in the opposite lane. Fortunately, there weren't vehicles traveling northbound at the time.