Ferrari Forums banner
1 - 20 of 23 Posts
G

·
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
The Enzo that crashed early th

The Enzo that crashed early this morning near Deckers Canyon, west of Trancas and Zuma Beach, belongs to the Bel-Aire money Swede who claims he was a passenger. He had a .09 blood alcohol. But his rich boy blue blood is apparently on the airbag which deployed from the steering wheel. And there was no blood on the passenger side airbag.

Reports say he and a Mercedes owner were at a party in Beverly Hills overnight and decided in the wee hours to have a go on PCH. I remember when a cute/rich/snarly butch glam lesbian in a red Daytona Spyder showed me that routine once, near Latigo Canyon, east of today's accident scene. Yes, there are plenty of yummy road race opportunities on PCH....except for the PEOPLE EVERYWHERE AT ALL HOURS. Maybe it was deserted at 4am when this happened!

I don't know how populated that particular stretch of Pacific Coast Highway at Deckers Canyon is now. It used to be virtually empty past Zuma Beach and Trancas....all the way to Oxnard. I rented from an actress on the east side of Point Dume, above Paradise Cove, in the 1980's and rarely went further west than a bar at Trancas.
This accident was west of there.

From what I'm reading, the Enzo was doing 120-plus, when the (whatever idiot) driver lost control, went off the road and airborne into a power pole, splitting the car's body in half. The only thing I can imagine is the two cars were egotistically cutting each other off on the four lanes...and dummy lost it!

The only other dumb ass Enzo story I've heard (from a witness) involved the rich guy in Provo, UT, who's known to come up the Virgin River Canyon north of Vegas, at obscene and dangerous speeds of 150+, passing innocents like they're dirt-poor Gentiles on the road to the Meadow Mountain Massacre.

I'll take wide-open and empty Wyoming at 170mph ANY time!
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #3 ·
I don't think there was a

I don't think there was a second passenger.
Mister Erikksen probably used that one "He was driving and ran off!" in Stockholm once and it worked...so why not try it again.
Problem is the bloody driver's side airbag

CBS 2 Los Angeles video
http://cbs2.com/topstories/local_story_052110615.html

I'm amazed that any idiot could lose an Enzo at 120mph or so. That's the speed my 550 is most comfortable cruising at! My guess: Drunk and over-corrected. I'd love to know what kind of Benz was taking an Enzo on (for "fun money" I'll bet)
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #4 ·
The Ennzo owner/"passenger

The Ennzo owner/"passenger"/allged driver, Stefan Eriksson, may have raced a 360 at Le Mans in 2005. AND he may be the same man who was convicted of counterfeiting money in Sweden in the 1990's. AND the same guy who was accused of being in the Swedish mafia and part of a discredited videogame company GIZMONDO that gave away exotic cars to employees as "bonuses".
http://www.tgdaily.com/2006/02/04/fast_cars/
AND he may be the same Swedish driver who ran a GIZMONDO 360 at Le Mans in 2005:
http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/Le_Mans-2005-06-05-photo.html
Driven by: Stefan Eriksson (S)/Joe Macari (GB)/Rob Wilson (NZ)
and at Silverstone
http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/Silverstone-2005-05-15-photo.html
Driven by: Stefan Eriksson (S)/Joe Macari (GB)

In other words, my kind of guy, out endangering early morning commuters, as he raced an SLR down PCH at 6am?
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #6 ·
It looks like this AH is a con

It looks like this AH is a convicted counterfeiter and obvious liar.
http://www.gamespot.com/news/6144706.html
BUT HE'S GOT MONEY SO HE MUST BE OK!
Yea, he printed it himself!
(there's a new way to self-finance an Enzo)
GOD WILL PUNISH HIM MY SON
Yea sure! And God's name is Enzo Ferrari
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Photos of THE ENZO CRASH DUMMY

Photos of THE ENZO CRASH DUMMY

By Malibu Times photographer Hans Laetz
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #9 ·
The blood type on the air bag

The blood type on the air bag matched him. Now doing DNA testing, he'd better think about moving. With this much property damage, and a .09 some 3 hours after the crash, he might be looking at a felony charge, and all the money in the world isn't going to do him any good.

Art
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Art's a lawyer...he knows!

Art's a lawyer...he knows!

From your LASER RADIO:
http://www.laserradio.com/rmnp.html
(Editorial opinion)
The crash dummy was racing his own SLR!
(Maybe Deitrich was driving the SLR! Mybe they're two GAY crash dummies! You know, Swedish prison is a lonely place, when you're doing time for printing your own money!) And forget SELF FINANCING with counterfeit money... the now-dead Enzo was targeted for reposession by a bank..which claims the dummy actually had TWO Enzos and wasn't paying for them!

Of COURSE it wasn't his! It was GIZMONDO FUNNY MONEY that secured it in the first place! This crash dummy is just part of the glittering, "We party all night and Paris was even there last night!" BS money crowd that lives high in the hills of Bel Air and Beverly Hills and doesn't actually own anything outright- except a ticket to bankruptcy court if "things in L.A. just didn't work out."

The last time I was that far up in the hills above the L.A. smog, it was:
1. To see the house of the money manager for the Shah of Iran (totally cool contemporary bachelor pad for a producer type...swimming pool, Italian beds with built in stereo and switches to open and close window curtains on floor-to-ceiling windows)... and
2. At David Geffens' house up on Mulholland, to pick up some gay boy of David's and take him back to Earth (I was just out of USC and working as a messenger and had a car with Wyoming plates. So I could park anywhere, get tickets and not care...and I got all the "cool" messenger jobs, like going to BaBa Streisand's (whose oranges we used to steal in Malibu, since Stafanie Power's place up on the crest of Winding Way at 27685 was just above "Bawa's", down in Ramirez Canyon), Carl Sagan, Brooke Shields, etc. On my way around town, I'd often stop at the copy shops and make me a copy of the contracts and so forth I was carrying. A guy's got to learn how things work in Hollywood SOMEHOW... if he's not working in the mail room at William Morris Agency like Geffen started out. THAT is the "ethical" world of Hollywood and "big money" which this Enzo crash dummy Erikson was certainly worming his way into. Total flash and glitz and smoke and mirrors! Total La La Land, paid for by innocents somewhere else (ie the $10 million the Shah's money manager had plowed into L.A. real estate for the deposed dictator! Here in Laramie, we have a Chinese family, with a wife whose daddy was Chang Kai Shek's top general in the secret police. So you know where the silk emperor robes now in their posession...and MONEY...came from...as daddy and Chang fled to Taiwan.)

I imagine that the Swedish crash dummy's passport is now in the possession of the L.A. Sheriff and the only phone calls he's taking on his cell are from bankruptcy specialists...and of course Deitrich, whom he misses terribly...Well, the dummy can always get a gay AH date on Ferrarichat.con!
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #11 ·
Bottom line:
162 mph and he&#


Bottom line:
162 mph and he'll WALK right out of the country!
Bye Bye!

"These are charges that would give him a year in county jail, though he'll 99.9% just get a fine. And someone who made $4,000,000 last year from what I'm told, a $1,000 fine isn't really going to do much to him. And the questions is, will the Sheriff's Department spend $500 on forensics for a $1,000 fine..."
L.A. County Sherrif Sgt Phil Brooks (who walked away with one of the Enzo's mirrors. Stand by eBay!)
http://news.spong.com/article/9700

It's the Bank of Scotland that's a problem::mad:

"Apparently there was some sort of fraudulent financing for it, and allegedly the Bank of Scotland repossessed the vehicle. I'm still awaiting paperwork from them but that appears to be the case."
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #12 ·
They'll collect the costs

They'll collect the costs from him, maybe a lot more. They could easily charge him with a felony, and the fine could be as high as 10k. That won't be a problem.

Art
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #13 ·
Here's a bunch of links to

Here's a bunch of links to the latest and greatest.
The crash dummy has apparently done at least two prison terms:
Battery of a woman, Fraud and Counterfeiting.

The crashed Red Enzo, a black one and an SLR (I'll bet the one that was racing) were all imported to the U.S., possibly to evade the Bank of Scotland's repossession of them. Nice guy, through and through.

http://videos.streetfire.net/video/4A3AC693-F887-4741-B839-F13C61981261.htm
-
http://www.wreckedexotics.com/special/enzo/
-

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/article347370.ece
-
http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/this_britain/article347138.ece
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #15 ·
Well, I dunno NOTHIN" abou

Well, I dunno NOTHIN" about driving an Enzo, but as an electrician I'll state that pole is clearly upside down!

The high voltage wires and knobby thingies go at the TOP of the pole........ROTFLMAO!

There should have been more then the "Big Money Test" to get one of these cars, no doubt. Thanks for the story Wyo550. I was hanging out with the Hot Rod guys last weekend, and missed this......
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #16 ·
Well, alot of surmiseing going

Well, alot of surmiseing going on with this story and fog covered set of facts except for two,

1- if you crash an Enzo just right it will split in two

2- there are a soon to be a bunch of used & abused Enzo parts for sale at your local used Enzo Parts Supplier!
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #17 ·
Wyo,

that one CHP guy looks


Wyo,

that one CHP guy looks more like he's cutting a fart than helping....I hope the photo was just cut (pun intentended
) at the wrong moment!
 
G

·
Discussion Starter · #18 ·
Well, I think I was right abou

Well, I think I was right about Fat Steffy being a gay, no good criminal (two separate matters, here in Wyoming, aka THE EQUALITY STATE).

I'm now reading clips now about his "companions" from Upsala...and the $3million Steffy got paid by Gizmondo for being a con man. I'll bet now that Steffy and his "companions" got the $200 million for Gizmondo "investment" from rich gay fools who saw the video game technology as a way to get "young ones" to play with.

And then there's the gun magazine that was found on the highway!
Where's the gun?
And what's this about the cops finding "Deitrich"?

Stay tuned!
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/l...ll=la-headlines-california&ctrack=1&cset=true
 
1 - 20 of 23 Posts
Top