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Gold Rush Rally co-founder Ben Chen crashes another six-figure exotic car, and this time, it is a Gemballa Porsche Carrera GT.
We don’t want to be the bearer of tragic news; however, there were only 25 of the Porsche-based Gemballa Mirage GT on Earth before, and now, only 24 after a reckless driver butchered his in a series of accidents with parked vehicles in Manhattan this morning. What a rough way to start a day. 

Early this morning, a driver driving the rare sports car smashed into several vehicles on the Hell’s Kitchen section of Manhattan before being stopped by police officers at 11th Ave.

The driver, now identified as 33-year-old Benjamin Chen, who is a supercar collector and co-founder of the notorious Gold Rush Rally, was arrested after attempting to flee the scene and charged with drugged driving. 

These pictures become even more tragic when you think about the fact that the car can sell for more than $750,000. Or at least, could at this point.

Moreover, apparently, this is not the first sports car that was crashed by Ben Chen. Back in 2013, he crashed a $230,000 McLaren 12C Spider during the rally and got a ticket for reckless driving.