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Allan McNish walked away from a huge crash near the start of this weekends Le Mans 24 hour race,his car threw debris into a group of photographers but they also escaped serious injury....


The photographers can all count themselves very,very lucky.:eek:
 
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Ouch, that’s a big one....I never did believe in putting cars with such a huge contrast in speed on the same track :crazy:
 

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That car was so close to going over the barrier,the results could have been horrific.

I agree with Pat,the difference in speed between the cars is massive,add in the fact that they race at night and the potential for an accident is always there.
 

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After 19 hours the last remaining Audi holds a 25 second lead.....

http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/92259

Mike Rockenfeller had a massive accident in the No.1 Audi after being pushed on the grass by a Ferrari whilst travelling at around 200mph,the car was completely destroyed (and I mean COMPLETELY!:eek:) and Rockenfeller is in hospital but he is OK and just under observation.
 
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