This is the shocking moment a couple on a supercar tour were killed when their Ferrari slammed into a Lamborghini as the vehicles tried to pass a campervan, which flipped over.
The white van was seen in front of a line of colourful sports cars on the road in South Sardinia, Italy, yesterday.
But seconds later footage shows the red Ferrari close behind the blue Lamborghini, trying to overtake the camper at the same time.
It appears to cause the Lamborghini to smash underneath the van, which is then violently flipped onto its side.
The Ferrari, which is out of view on the other side of the campervan, also overturned and caught fire, trapping the couple who were inside, according to reports.
The Swiss tourists in the Ferrari were aged 63 and 67. They burned to death in the incident, according to local media.
The blue Lamborghini can be seen trying to overtake the white campervan driving in front of it
But seconds later footage shows the red Ferrari behind it trying to overtake at the same time, causing the Lamborghini to smash underneath the campervan, which is then violently flipped onto its side
A policeman views the damaged Ferrari after the deadly crash
The blue Lamborghini is shown heavily damaged at the side of the road
Firefighters and air ambulance operators were working on site and the road was closed.
A couple from Selva di Val Gardena, aged 61 and 62, who were travelling in the campervan were injured and taken to hospital.
‘We were lying sideways in our seats. For a moment we were silent in disbelief. Then I looked into my wife’s eyes and asked her if she was okay. She nodded,’ Lorenzo M, told Italian news outlet L’Unione Sarda.
The couple crawled out from between the seats and were able to escape the vehicle.
‘When we came out we thought we were in hell,’ he added.
The Ferrari was on fire and screams could be heard from witnesses, the publication reported.
Images show the wrecked vehicle at the side of the road.
An Indian couple in the Lamborghini were also injured and hospitalised.
In the footage, the blue super car is shown heavily damaged at the side of the road surrounded by a cloud of dust and smoke, with the campervan blocking both lanes.
Another video of the aftermath shows some of the sports cars that were not involved in the collision parked at the roadside.
There are people gathered beside the ruined Lamborghini and the overturned campervan as black smoke billows from the flaming Ferrari, with an ambulance crew also present at the scene.
The remains of the three vehicles have been seized by the authorities as the investigation continues.
In the video a line of colourful sports cars can be seen making their way up the road in South Sardinia
The Ferrari connects with the Lamborghini, causing the crash
The supercars were driving on the 195 Sulcitana state road in the commune of San Giovanni Suergiu in South Sardinia
The supercars were driving on the 195 Sulcitana state road in the commune of San Giovanni Suergiu in South Sardinia.
The couple in the Ferrari had departed from Forte Village and were heading for Mores that day, Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera reports.
According to Italian media, all occupants of the luxury cars took part in the Sardinia Supercar Experience event, which started in Teulada and was set to finish in Olbia.
Over the course of a few days, the participants drive across the island in Ferraris and Lamborghinis, visit viewpoints and stay overnight in expensive hotels.
If tourists travel in their own car, the trip costs £10,409. A multi-day trip in a rental Ferrari SF90 from the organiser can be booked for £21,515.
Footage shows the Lamborghini crashing into the campervan after the red Ferrari hits it
The campervan then flips over, leaving behind a cloud of dust
A firefighter spraying the Ferrari after the crash. The Swiss tourists who died in the Ferrari were aged 63 and 67, according to reports
One video of the aftermath shows some of the sports cars that were not involved in the collision parked at the roadside. There are people gathered beside the ruined Lamborghini and the overturned campervan as black smoke emanates from the flaming Ferrari, with an ambulance crew also present at the scene