China Ferrari Accident Photos: March 18, 2012 Car Crash Rumors
A Mysterious Car Accident Has Fueled Online Speculation. Here are the Alleged China Ferrari Car Crash Photos From March 18, 2012
If you're in China and looking for information about Ferraris, you may be out of luck. There are reports that China has blocked the word "Ferrari" from internet search engines after a mysterious car crash on Sunday, March 18, 2012. According to multiple media reports, a black Ferrari Spider 458 crashed into a concrete barrier and metal guardrail under Beijing's Baofusi Bridge, killing the driver and injuring two female passengers.
Shortly after the China car wreck, photos were posted online. From there, China's censors are believed to have taken over. People in China searching for the word Ferrari were likely met with a message that read “According to the relevant policies and laws, the search results are not shown.”
The fact that information on the China Ferrari crash has been censored has, of course, led to tremendous speculation about who was involved in the wreck.
Considering the cost of the car and the lack of details about what happened, many are wondering if the driver may be related to a powerful Chinese businessman or government official.
Here are alleged China Ferrari Car Crash Photos via Antonio Talia, an Italian journalist based in Beijing.