A 13-year-old boy killed in a horror crash involving a million-pound supercar has been named by police.

Alexander Worth, of Kings Worthy, was pronounced dead at the scene in North Warnborough, near Hook on Monday(August 22).

Police say the red Ferrari F50, driven by an unrelated 37-year-old man from Surrey, crashed on the access road of Hook Road, at 8.45pm. No other vehicles was involved.

The driver, who has not been officially named, suffered serious injuries and is in a stable condition at the North Hampshire Hospital.

On Tuesday, floral tributes were laid next to a broken fence on the access road.

However, mystery surrounds the incident, with specialist police officers still trying to uncover what happened. A spokesperson said: "Investigations into the collision are continuing and any witnesses are asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team based in Eastleigh.

"Anyone with information is asked to contact Sgt Richard Grant on 101, quoting 44160315889, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."

The rare Ferrari F50 was one of only 349 ever build and sells for as much as £1.5million.

Its 4.7 litre V12 engine can top speeds of more than 200 miles per hour, which includes reaching 60 miles per hour from standstill in just 3.8 seconds.

The last F50, which has a removable hardtop roof, was produced in Ferrari's Maranello factory, Italy, in July 1997.

Following the crash, Hart district councillor Brian Burchfield told the Daily Echo he was shocked to hear of the news which came days after a driver died in Hartley Wintney on the A30.

Cllr Burchfield said on Tuesday(August 23):"I can't believe anyone can go 20 miles per hour on that road which leads to a farm shop called Newlyns Farm.

"It is the first time I have heard of an accident on that road, I believe that road is a 10 miles per hour road."

An inquest into his death was open yesterday(August 26) by Basingstoke Coroner's Court and has been adjourned to October 25.