Latest score: Truck 1 – Ferrari 0


A FOOD delivery truck dealt a crushing blow to a top of the range Ferrari sports car yesterday.

The lorry was attempting to double-park on Manhattan’s Upper West Side when it backed right into the $295,000 gunmetal-gray, four-wheel-drive four-seater.

Although the car may boast a top speed of 208 miles per hour, it wasn’t going anywhere on Friday afternoon, when it was spotted along Columbus Avenue near West 65th Street.

The sports car was later towed, and the truck was able to drive away unaided — but not before the truck’s driver told witnesses, “I didn’t see nothing,” according to NBC News.

A transportation representative at  Baldor Specialty Foods declined to comment.


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