Ferrari on ancient monument in China
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Ferrari 'doughnut' incident scars Chinese monument

Italian sports car maker Ferrari has apologised after one of its cars drove on an ancient Chinese monument, prior to a publicity event, causing damage.

Ferrari suggested the incident was the fault of a local dealership employee.

The car was filmed wheel-spinning on top of a 600-year-old Ming-dynasty era wall in the city of Nanjing.

The BBC's John Sudworth reports.

  • 09 May 2012
  • From the section China
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