Earlier this week, a Ferrari SF90 Stradale prototype was found crashed near Hoffenheim in Germany, about 30 minutes from the Formula 1 track at the Hockenheimring. While the car was utterly destroyed, the driver was reportedly uninjured.
Video from the scene shared by Einsatz-Report24 shows a significant impact, reportedly one that stretched over 600 feet. The hit came after midnight on a straight road, with no other cars involved. Shots of the interior show a full prototype setup, complete with additional observation tools and massive shutoff switches to turn off any experimental parts in case of serious trouble. Notably, the airbag did not seem to deploy.
For the full story, check out this article from Road & Track.