Mason's car is one of 28 road legal F1 GTRs. We're still using the present tense, because while massaging the F1 back into shape will undoubtedly cost a pretty penny, it's all worth it. Rowan Atkinson's 2011 shunt in his non-GTR 1997 F1 cost $1.4 million to repair, and the Blackadder/Mr. Bean star sold his car in 2015 for $12 million!
If the valuation of Atkinson's twice-crashed regular-specification car was all down to his star power, it is likely Mason's prog rock celebrity status also guarantees the GTR's worth. The Drive says the car was worth $3,7 million – a conservative valuation. Mason's distinctive red-and-yellow GTR has been featured in the automotive media a lot over the years, which makes it even more of a shame to see it all banged up. We wish both the driver and the car a speedy recovery.