$20million car crashes near Queenstown

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A McLaren F1 car – reported to be worth $20 million – has crashed near Queenstown.
The car is part of a tour which is travelling the country.
All up there are around 30 supercars, with a total value of about $45 million.
Drivers from around the world are taking part in the trip organised by the British-based McLaren company.
Police were called to an incident just after midday today on the Queenstown-Glenorchy Road in Closeburn, about 10 minutes drive from Queenstown.
A police spokesperson said one person was injured.

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  1. Come on a McLaren F1 that is a very very expensive Hypercar and a extremely rare one to because only 106 were ever made.

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