Comments - Owner Wrecks $390k Bugatti Super Go Kart

Published: Jun 07, 2013
Description: With a retail value of more than £250,000 (around $386,325), this original 1924 Bugatti suffered severe damage that will cost plenty to fix. Taking part in a vintage car race, the rare Bugatti was be...
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Colby Church Jun 08, 2013
I say as long as something's fixed, who cares about original state? After all, these are just material items we can't take with us. As long as it looks good and functions, this guy is a happy camper.
Jason Ware Jun 07, 2013
This car was built to race. Why own a car and not push it to its full potential? If you don't your just a puss. Go buy a scooter
Kyle Malcomson Jun 07, 2013
Will its worthless if its only an ornament, these cars where built to race and crashes happen it can't do 200mph making your point invalid, also you only restore rotten unused cars race cars get fixed
Alex Medvedev Jun 07, 2013
Ya because its not built to actually care as hard as these day cars what am idiot glad that happens
Will Will Jun 07, 2013
Condition after a serious crash, and all of us know that a restored classic is not the same, and will never be the same, as an original classic.
Will Will Jun 07, 2013
The opportunity cost of racing such a car. Not just a high chance of a loss of life, but also a high chance of a loss of automotive history. He may have the resources to fix it, but the real question is if it can even be restored to its original
Will Will Jun 07, 2013
I definitely wouldn't want the car to be rotting in a garage, but racing it isn't the way either. It would be good enough for him to bring his bugatti out every Sunday for a weekend drive, maybe visit some cars and coffee events. But just imagine
Braxton Omgbased Booker Jun 07, 2013
@will im sure he can afford to fix it if he brought it im happy he drives it id rather see it destroyed doing what it was designed to do rather than sitting in a room.....
Kalendrix Cook Jun 07, 2013
It's a car. Their developed to race and be driven.
Will Will Jun 07, 2013
Classic cars should never be made to race, at least not in this decade and for centuries beyond. Just imagine if all the classics crashed NASCAR-style. It would be a massive loss of life and irreplaceable automotive history.
Description: The Bugatti, on the other hand requires some major repairs and it pains us to even think of what the total bill will come to. Fortunately Burgess can likely afford it and he plans to have the car up a...
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Jacob Burford Jun 07, 2013
Well he is lucky
Ben Hislop Jun 07, 2013
Are legs suppose to bend that way?
Bobaloo Anderson Jun 07, 2013
Nxs you don't even like cars so get off of here
Bobaloo Anderson Jun 07, 2013
Yeah because the gt40 is beautiful
nxs Jun 07, 2013
if this was one of the rare gt40s there would be 100 comments of wahh wahh boo boo
Alex Medvedev Jun 07, 2013
Hahaha that wasn't brake failure what a rookie. Just can't drive get off the track. Go back to office pencil pusher
Anthony Perugini Jun 07, 2013
I can hear his neck break against the guard rail
Rahul Patel Jun 07, 2013
His face was priceless when he crashed.. Sorry but I also found this funny lol
Joshua Jackson Jun 07, 2013
I bet he was thinking, "I've made a huge mistake"-GOB
Randy Mark Accardo Jun 07, 2013
What an ID 10 T
debritannia.toxy Jun 07, 2013
He coulda crashed a BMW 10 times instead of crashing this piece of expensive shit
jeff.reissner Jun 07, 2013
your right Gary the car is nothing special. just cause it says bugatti on the front its still just an old unspecial piece of steel
Gary Alaina Jun 07, 2013
I found the video hilarious, I mean look at his face in the picture its classic! I wouldn't be laughing if he got hurt, but he's ok, and I couldn't care to much for the car either so yea...
Tim Preisinger Jun 07, 2013
Yeah Gary, probably not the best choice of words there
Will Will Jun 07, 2013
@gary wrong thing to say on an article about a crash?
Gary Alaina Jun 07, 2013
This is awesome!
David Parenti Jun 07, 2013
Wow, them pizza cutter wheels just dug into that grass and over he went. No roll cage to protect the driver, he's lucky to be alive.
Jonathan Luna Jun 08, 2013
They see me rollin', they hatin'!
austin.sullivan.969 Jun 07, 2013
I'd like to be able to appreciate this like everyone seems to, but to me it just seems like a cylinder with a seat and four wheels. Someone please help me here.
Jason Ware Jun 07, 2013
The golden age of Grand Prix racing. 1920's
Bobaloo Anderson Jun 07, 2013
Beautiful unlike that veyron shit
Allen Kim Jun 08, 2013
Jason Ware Jun 07, 2013
Gloss black with cherry red guts. I dig it.
Thai-Chau Ha Jun 07, 2013