Now this is why you do not race through traffic, even if you own a Subaru STi or other well designed sports car. This stupid kid thought weaving in and out of traffic at nearly 200 km/h would somehow be safe? At first you notice some near crash chances, but then once in the tunnel the light at the end makes it impossible to see. Of course there were about 50 cars backed up at the end, so he plows through 10 or more cars causing tons of damage and possibly hurting some people at those speeds. This is just a reminder that if you own a sports car, think about the others on the road first before trying to race through traffic. Instead, take your car to the track and really find out its true potential before destroying it for one minute of “fun” with your friends.
If you’ve ever had someone rear-end you or unfortunately you hit someone else, it’s not always the end of the world based on this BMW X5 example. The owner of this SUV decided to enhance the car after the wreck by bringing it to Fluid Motor Union. However, the owner abandoned the car, so FMU was left with they now call Project X. They started off with a new set of Cragar steel rims wrapped in Dick Cepek tires featuring skull and bones on the sidewalls.
You have to love the new HD Go Pro cameras because they are able to capture great footage of people driving recklessly and crashing. Take this video below for example, the 19-year old kid thought it would be cool to mount the camera on the BMW M3 side pillar and race through a narrow dusty desert in Arizona. Little did he know a sharp corner was about to have him crashing into some rocks at about 50 miles per hour. The Go Pro didn’t even budge on impact, capturing the airbag deploying and the kid bouncing around like a rag doll. Check out the BMW M3 crash below and be sure to let us know how stupid you think he is.
This insane crash involving Anthony Davidson and his Toyota TS030 Hybrid has recently occurred at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Davidson was trying to lap the AF Corse Ferrari driven by Piergiuseppe Peranzzini, however the Italian obviously did not see him and took out the back end. This sent the Toyota sideways where it eventually caught some wind underneath to send it flying through the air. Both cars crashed into the barrier and Peranzzini was able to walk out after his Ferrari rolled over. Anthony Davidson climbed out of his Toyota, but laid down shortly after and was taken to the medical center. Doctors confirm that he is conscious, but looks to be suffering from shock and back pain.
So we stumbled across this picture and couldn’t stop laughing at this hit and run fail. Some idiot from Illinois obviously backed up into this passenger door and took off. Little did they know the trusty Ford Focus fender snatched the license plate right off the bumper. This will end up being an interesting story for the cops and news stations to cover, just be glad it didn’t happen to you!