The Pagani Zonda, for those who don't know, is a rare supercar that gets upwards toward 200 mph. Fifty-two-year-old William Baranos, for those who don't know, was a rare man, a millionaire property developer. Unfortunately, the two combined for an all too familiar scenario in Watford, England, in which he lost control of the supercar and was killed in the resulting accident. Baranos, who was believed to not be wearing his seatbelt, was thrown out of the vehicle and found 10 feet from the car. The front end and doors were torn off from the impact of hitting a fence. The passenger in the car, a friend's son, walked away from the crash.
[via Watford Observer]