Another case of desert versus supercar, and of course the desert wins again. The driver of this Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 was speeding in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia early one morning and lost control. According to WreckedExotics, the wheels were found 50 meters away from the rest of the car. Speeding anywhere is stupid, but it seems like there are more and more incidents of supercars speeding and crashing in places where there is a lot of sand. Cut it out, people.

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[via WreckedExotics]