The car Lewis Hamilton crashed in Monaco early on Tuesday morning was his EUR 2 million, purple Pagani Zonda supercar. That is the claim of Germany's Bild newspaper, after the triple world champion admitted a fever was not the only reason he travelled late to the scene of this weekend's Brazilian grand prix.
No one was hurt in the crash, but 30-year-old Hamilton admitted he struck a stationary car. It is believed the crash occurred just before 3.30am local time. "He reported it to the police immediately," a Mercedes team spokesman said. Bild said Hamilton's Zonda has a V12, 760hp AMG engine, capable of 350kph. (GMM)
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