A SUPER car worth as much as £200,000 was damaged after a collision at a Hampshire beauty spot.

A Ferrari and Peugeot were involved in the crash on Beaulieu Road, Lyndhurst yesterday afternoon near Bolton’s Bench.

The road had to be cordoned off, causing delays of more than two hours for motorists attempting to drive through the New Forest.

Police later wrote on social media that a male driver was being investigated on suspicion of driving over the alcohol limit.

One person had to be extricated from a vehicle and was subsequently rushed to hospital by South Central Ambulance service.

A spokesperson for SCAS said two patients were taken to University Hospital Southampton with neither in a serious or life-threatening condition.

It took place around 2pm.

Crews from Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst, Beaulieu and Redbridge all attended the incident and helped clear hydraulic fluid from the road.

A spokesperson for Hampshire Fire and Rescue said the incident was resolved around 3pm.

Hampshire Constabulary added that a man had been arrested following the crash.

A spokesperson said: “We were called at 2.04pm to reports of a collision on Beaulieu Road, Lyndhurst.

“A Peugeot 206 and a Ferrari were involved.

“A person has been arrested at the scene.”

The two cars were around 100 yards away from each other on the road, although it remains unclear how the vehicles ended up so far away.

One local, who wished to remain anonymous, said she remembers “hearing a bang” before rushing outside to see the damaged Ferrari.

She added: “This sort of thing never happens along this road, Lyndhurst is very quiet.

“I couldn’t believe the state of the car as it looks expensive. Hopefully everyone involved is okay.”