Man guilty after teen killed in Ferrari crash

A man has been convicted of causing death by careless driving after a teenager was killed in a crash involving a £1.2m Ferrari.

Alexander Worth, 13, was in the F50 supercar with businessman Matthew Cobden who lost control at the wheel in Hampshire in August 2016, Winchester Crown Court heard.

The Ferrari “accelerated uncontrollably” in a farm lane in North Warnborough, causing it to flip and throw the pair, who were not wearing seatbelts, from the vehicle, the jury was told.

Matthew Cobden outside Winchester Crown Court

Image: Matthew Cobden outside Winchester Crown Court

Cobden, 39, from Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, is due to be sentenced on 26 March.

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