Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason’s day at the racetrack took a turn to the dark side when he crashed his multi-million dollar sports car into the wall.
The rocker, 73, was behind the wheel of his glamorous red 1996 McLaren F1 GTR at England’s Goodwood Circuit on Sunday when he veered off the track at a low speed and collided headfirst with a barrier.
The limited-edition racecar, which some estimate to be worth upwards of $3 million, bounced off the barrier and seemed to sustain some damage to its front.
Mason was uninjured in the accident.
That model of McLaren is particularly hard to come by, with only 28 being made for racing, according to Fox News. Only a portion of those were made legal to drive on the road later on.
Mason is a well-known connoisseur of motor-racing vehicles and is the owner of multiple classic sports vehicles, which he sometimes races.
The 1996 McLaren F1 GTR he crashed is capable of reaching speeds as high as 240 miles per hour.
Actor Rowan Atkinson sold a standard version of the McLaren in 2015 for $12 million, according to Fox, despite wrecking it twice and spending upwards of $1 million to repair it.
Mason is the only member of Pink Floyd to continuously remain in the band since its onset in 1965.