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Remagel2507

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1,273 posts

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Just seen this via Jalopnik - seem very bad hope everyone involved was ok

http://jalopnik.com/5864856/massive-japanese-crash...

Can anyone tell if that 360 is a CS or has it just got a big wing on it?

sherbert90

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32 months

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Ouch. Looks pretty bad...

obscene

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65 months

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Poor 355s frown

marksx

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70 months

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I'm sure they were all driving safely and at the speed limit. hehe

Puddenchucker

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98 months

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At the risk of sounding all Institute of Advanced Motorists, it would seem that they must have been travelling too fast and/or too close together if none of them could avoid crashing...
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rallycross

5,471 posts

117 months

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idiots driving.

Codswallop

4,248 posts

74 months

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Bloody Prius. Look what it caused.

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Attym3

6,795 posts

48 months

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I hope the bloody Prius didn't cause it! rage

pits

4,528 posts

70 months

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White Testarossa frown there can't be many of them around

Petrolhead_Rich

4,387 posts

72 months

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Ouch, brings a tear to the eye seeing cars like that destroyed!! frown

jay85

77 posts

47 months

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Its OK they were only MR2s hehe

Remagel2507

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1,273 posts

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Does anyone know anything about that 512 ? There can't be many of them about surely, I've never seen one in real life before.

LukeBird

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89 months

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Puddenchucker said:
At the risk of sounding all Institute of Advanced Motorists, it would seem that they must have been travelling too fast and/or too close together if none of them could avoid crashing...
+1 Maybe one or two others getting caught in the botched overtake, but that many cars...?! eek

soad

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56 months

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Diablo too frown

Deva Link

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125 months

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Puddenchucker said:
At the risk of sounding all Institute of Advanced Motorists, it would seem that they must have been travelling too fast and/or too close together if none of them could avoid crashing...
Thanks for that - I think you should let the Japanese authorities know. They're probably completely baffled how it could have happened.

5lab

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LukeBird said:
Puddenchucker said:
At the risk of sounding all Institute of Advanced Motorists, it would seem that they must have been travelling too fast and/or too close together if none of them could avoid crashing...
+1 Maybe one or two others getting caught in the botched overtake, but that many cars...?! eek
depends, even with appropraite stopping distances, if a car in front of you becomes stationry very quickly (ie its hit a barrier, or hits a car thats hit a barrier), you've very little time to react

Hark

515 posts

60 months

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Wow that's a big claim.

dtmpower

3,348 posts

125 months

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Puddenchucker said:
At the risk of sounding all Institute of Advanced Motorists, it would seem that they must have been travelling too fast and/or too close together if none of them could avoid crashing...
Have you ever been to Japan ?

Enthusiastic 'packed' high speed runs/convoys are par for the course there.

As well as modifying Ferrari/Lamboghini/Porsche and driving them hard.

I doubt this story will detract others from driving hard or even stop the victims being out next weekend in their other car or replacement they've just lost.



EDLT

14,697 posts

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LukeBird said:
Puddenchucker said:
At the risk of sounding all Institute of Advanced Motorists, it would seem that they must have been travelling too fast and/or too close together if none of them could avoid crashing...
+1 Maybe one or two others getting caught in the botched overtake, but that many cars...?! eek
From the article:
"A group of foreign car enthusiasts were heading to Hiroshima from Kyushu when one of the drivers lost control trying to overtake a car on a wet, curved part of China Road in Yamaguchi Prefecture. The Ferrari driver reportedly hit the median and created a reaction that caused the other cars in the lineup to crash, according to Japanese media (translated)."

I'm sure they just hit a patch of frozen diesel, nothing the driver could do.

SonnyM

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73 months

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Pause the end of the video and see how little tread there is on one of those 355s... Now if said dude was flooring it in 3rd gear in the rain with those tyres what could possibly go wrong?


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