No matter your automotive affiliation, you're likely cringing at the image above. There's something that puts the Ferrari F40 well above the brand loyalty fray.

One owner in Vancouver recently had an incident that saw his Italian machine wind up in pieces. It's unclear exactly what happened, but a rear-end collision of some variety resulted in substantial damage to the vehicle's back half. With coolant pooling onto the pavement and pieces of bodywork strewn about the street, the video is a wince-fest from beginning to end.

From the looks of things, the wet pavement may not have done the car nor the driver any favors, but if you live in Vancouver and own an F40, odds are you know how to handle the supercar in the wet. Check it out in the clip below.

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