McLaren F1s is regarded as one of the holy grail of hypercars, even after more two decades since its debut. Hence, most examples hardly get driven. But Rowan Atkinson, better known as Mr. Bean isn’t one to treat his supercars as a climate-regulated garage queen. His first fender bender was at low speed, involving a Rover Metro, but the second time he crashed in spectacular fashion, and spun the F1 into a tree. The resulting repair bill set him back $1.3 million. After putting 41,000 miles on the odometer, he put the McLaren up for sale earlier this year.
While some supercars drive themselves, others--like older Lamborghinis--require skills and finesse that test the mettle of even seasoned drivers. Here are some notable exotic and high-performance car accidents over the past couple years.