Do you remember the Toyota Supra that crashed on a track day last month? Some believe that this is the first example of a sports car that has reached the tire barrier (and we also have no information about other Supra accidents), and now it turns out that someone will save the car. Fortunately, people from Albon on YouTube will fix the Supra A90, known on the internet as the Supra TA90.
If you can remember the last video of the car on the left, the damage on the left side was not catastrophic, but probably everyone first noticed that the steering wheel and the side airbags are triggered. Basically, this means that parts of the interior must be replaced and some diagnostic work should be done afterwards.
Obviously there is damage to the bodywork, including scratches and cracks in the front bumper and bonnet. There are kinks on the driver's door and rear fenders, and the video also features some damaged BMW chassis parts. We sincerely hope that the new owner of the Supra will bring him back to life and bring him back to the track he belongs to.
It will be very interesting to see what the future of the crashed sports car looks like. A very interesting option will be that the previous owner Jackie Ding buys back his beloved vehicle after a complete repair by his current owner. However, we doubt that this will happen as Ding is likely already looking for a successor to the TA90. However, this is not impossible as he admitted in the previous video that he would fix the car if it's worth it.
In any case, we look forward to a good restoration process.