A PORSCHE worth £80,000 and a £150,000 Ferrari collided on a roundabout – before both drivers fled the scene.
Police confirmed a red Porsche Cayman 2.7 and black Ferrari 458 Spider collided on a roundabout in Sheffield at 7.55pm yesterday.
Witnesses claimed both drivers darted off on foot immediately after the crash which caused £230,000 of damage.
But one driver is thought to have returned to the scene later that day.
It is not known whether there were any injuries.
Police have appealed for information.
One social media user was shocked that so many locals stayed to watch the aftermath.
He tweeted: "That seems an inordinately large crowd for a crash. Anyone would think it was some kind of boy racer cruise style get together."
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It comes months after an unmanned supercar ploughed into the taxi rank at London's St Pancras station.
The ultra-rare Aventador wedged itself under the taxi's wheel arch as it rolled backwards at 1mph.
Last year a £1million McLaren P1 was written off after bursting into flames near Slough.
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