Crash course in a $1.5-million car This wasn’t Zahir Rana’s first crash. And it probably won’t be his last. But when the 56year-old exotic car mechanic, salesman and race-car driver from Calgary spun off the road and into the salty North Atlantic during the internationally renowned Targa road race in Newfoundland last Thursday, his pride took a bit of a beating. So did his $1.5-million, bumblebee yellow Ferrari, though not very badly, he tells the Post’s Sarah Boesveld from his shop, ZR Auto in Calgary. He hopes a video of the crash, which he posted on YouTube just hours after it happened, will inspire people to learn from their mistakes, pick up and move on. It’s already gleaned more than 1.5 million views.