Police are asking for help identifying the driver of a Maserati involved in a hit and run in Auckland in July.
The hit and run happened on July 8 around 10:18pm on Great South Road at the intersection with Greenlane East Road.
The victim was on his motorbike waiting to turn right when a person driving a Maserati hit them and immediately left the scene, police say.
The Maserati is believed to be a Levante model and dark coloured.
Constable David Smith says the motorcyclist suffered serious injuries and it could’ve been much worse.
"Along with being knocked unconscious, the victim also sustained leg injuries and we are lucky that we are not dealing with more serious injuries or worse, a fatality."
The offending vehicle was tracked on CCTV driving in the Penrose area prior to the crash.
Police believe during the crash it has sustained damage to its right side and possibly its front. The car is also missing part of its right-wing mirror cover," says Constable Smith.
"Police are asking our community if they know who this driver is or who the vehicle belongs to, to please get in touch with us as soon as possible.
"This driver has hit someone, injured them and then driven off with no regard for their safety so it is imperative that we identify and locate them so they can be held accountable for their actions."
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police on 105 quoting file number 210717/8201.