'New' Ferrari wrecked in DUI crash, police say

An Oregon man was arrested for drunken driving Tuesday after a crash that smashed his Ferrari 360 Spider, authorities said.

John Randal McCauley, 57, was cruising in his Italian luxury sports car along Interstate 5 near Wilsonville — about 18 miles south of Portland — when he lost control and smacked into the center median just after midnight, FOX12 Oregon reported.

McCauley and his passenger, Kimberly Ann McCauley, 66, were taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries, the Oregonian reported.

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A huge chunk of a Ferrari appeared to be missing after an alleged drunken driver smashed it into a median.  (Oregon State Police)

Photos taken by police show the car’s crumpled hood and a huge chunk of its mangled front end missing. Skid marks trail behind the wreck.

“Maybe not the way you want to break in your brand new #Ferrari,” Oregon State Police wrote on Twitter. Police did not say how fast the driver was going.

The tweet suggests that McCauley had recently purchased the decade or more-old exotic. The market value for similar cars runs from roughly $75,000 to $125,000

John Randal McCauley was later released from a hospital and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII), police said.