Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by gjk5, Mar 27, 2007.
I wonder if that was his or what?!
Man what is it with these Enzos? I see more pictures of wrecked ones than intact ones...
It was owned by the producer of his current movie .
Besides it being worth $1.5 million, the damn car is only one of 400 .
i find it rather funny, since the car wasnt mine. It just needs a few rolls of duct tape lol.
not his BTW: http://sports.espn.go.com/rpm/news/story?seriesId=99&id=2814204
For that though, he must be removed from the Man-law squared table.
was on ther way to rehab??????? just kidding
Any road track I've been on, has runoff's for the turns that are set farther away just for that reason.
I wonder who set the course up. Bad planning.
So, here's my question: Is Griffin paying for the car, or is the producer on the hook? WTF??
I'd rather see an enzo get wrecked than any muscle era sheet metal in the making of a movie.
At least it was an accident, not wrecking old sheetmetal for a movie.
according to CBS he was practicing for a charity celeb race thing. I feel bad for the poor guy. It was an accident, not like he did it on purpose!
so someone "kinda" overlooked the fact he probably had no training on how to drive a car like that on a course.
At least i hope he had no training with how he wreaked that thing.
its is like a f-1 car with a full body, unless you have experience in a car of that caliber, you have no bisness getting behind the wheel.
I wonder how he'll finish in that race? Heh heh He's a funny guy though. That does suck for him. It's been all over the new today. You know he's pissed off about it. The chick on MSNBC earlier said, "Eddie Griffin may be a very good stand-up comedian, but he is a horrible horrible driver". That does suck for him.
as long as you drive it w/o pretending like you stole it, any caliber driver can drive it. he obviously didnt abide by that concept sucks now there are only 399 and decreasing
There are quite a few less than that, a lot of them (relatively speaking) have already been wrecked.
how many super cars have you driven?
Well, the car belonged to the producer, so I would imagine his insurance company is not pleased right now.
The video clip I saw said they also wrecked two Porsches, worth $500K each, while filming that movie. Dumbasses...
Who the heck is Eddie Griffin?
i didn't hear that today. now i'm not going to be able to sleep
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