A boy of 13 was pronounced dead at the scene after a rare Ferrari F50 crashed on an access road, which leads to two farms.

The driver was also taken to hospital with serious injuries after the incident which happened on monday night in Hampshire.

Police confirmed the man and teenage boy are not related, but did not confirm if the 37-year-old was the driver.

Only 349 Ferrari F50s were built, between 1995 and 1997, and they now sell for as much as £1.5million.

A Hampshire Constabulary police spokesman said: “Officers who are continuing this morning to investigate the exact circumstances of this collision are appealing for any witnesses who may have been in the area to come forward.”



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