As a racer, there is no other than the most frightening thing in a racing accident, such as crashing into a barrier, so the car flying through the air, and the drivers seem powerless to resist them. In the end, a racer who experience this stuck and could only pray to be saved and to reduce the safety risks faced.
During the first race at Le Mans, the Audi driver Allan McNish suffered a terrible accident after the Audi R18 colliding with Ferrari 458 Italy. The crash caused the R18 drove into a sand trap and hit a barrier, so that almost every part of the car sending it flying everywhere, including near a group of journalists who saw the debris-R18 puign made ??of metal, carbon fiber, and tire slid in their direction.
The only positive outcome from this accident – and given the circumstances, it was the best anyone could have hoped for – was that no one, including McNish, was injured from the spectacular, albeit horrific crash.
Just goes to show just how thin the line is in auto racing. One second, you’re posting flying lap after flying lap and before you know it, your race car is doing an airborne cartwheel while you sit helpless behind the wheel praying for the best outcome possible.
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