A few years back I was involved with the inaugaral Utah Fast Pass event. It was a 3 day tour of Utah along some of the scenic, twisty two lanes. The was a tour of the then brand new Miller track, an autocross of sorts, and one section along this desolate stretch for a top speed run. It was kind of fun to be cruising along in a Utah Highway Patrol Crown Vic with two officers, doing about 95 while selecting the road to use for the high speed run.
There were some neat cars entered. One of them was a Ferrair Enzo, a toy anyone with a spare 1.5 million could easily obtain. He had been talking about 200+ for the days prior to the speed run. He came close, I imagine, based on the reports from the spotters coming over the radio. When it takes about 20 seconds to get from one milepost to the next you are moving at a good clip. According the the UHP officer who witnessed it, the car hit a small bump in the road and the front end was airborne for a moment. When it touched down again the front wheels were not pointed in the same direction as the rest of the car. The officer said it rolled about 6 or 7 times.
There was debris scattered along the road for about half a mile, as chunks of the car came off - the left front corner there on the west side, the gearbox off to the east, and so one. The car literally flew apart. But noticed that the carbon fiber passenger cockpit is STILL INTACT. The driver was bruised and battered, blood on the airbags, but he was very much alive. Some impressive structural engineering from Ferrari.