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Comedian Eddie Griffin Crashes Ferrari During Practice for Charity Race

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Comedian Eddie Griffin Crashes Ferrari During Practice for Charity Race

Ray McDonald
Voice of America
March 27, 2007


"Undercover Brother" may be good at karate, but his driving needs improvement. Comedian Eddie Griffin crashed a Ferrari Enzo sportscar worth an estimated $1.5 million.

The March 26 accident occurred at Irwindale Speedway in California, when the movie comic drove too fast around a curve. He was practicing for a charity race to promote his upcoming movie Redline.

Eddie Griffin, whose film credits include Undercover Brother and two Deuce Bigalow movies, walked away unhurt from the crash.

The car belonged to Redline executive producer Daniel Sadek, whose exotic car collection is featured in the movie.

Ferrari produced a total of 400 Enzos between 2002 and 2004.



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