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McLaren Worker 'Impaled' On Fence Post After Crashing £200k Supercar (PICTURE)

23/06/2014 14:14 BST | Updated 23/06/2014 14:59 BST

A man is fighting for his life after crashing the £200,000 supercar he was driving.

The McLaren 65OS left the road and overturned on the A285 in Duncton on Friday, the Chichester Observer reported.

It writes the man was a McLaren employee and was driving the vehicle back to the factory in Woking, Surrey, when the accident happened.

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The car overturned on the A285 in Duncton on Friday

The unnamed man was “impaled” on a fence post, a spokesman for Sussex Police said.

He was airlifted to St George’s Hospital in Tooting where he remains with life-threatening injuries.

The McLaren 65OS has a top speed of 207mph.

A company spokesman told The Sun: “He had been driving our cars for a long time.”