Spectators at this rally car race got much more interactive with the event than they planned. They don’t come much closer than this.
When truck driver David Fredericksen’s saw a horrific car crash and burst into flames he barely hesitated in seeing what he could do, even though the situation looked very bleak. Other people, seeing the call to action, alighted their vehicles and rushed to lend a hand. They found a grandmother and her 1 year old grand daughter trapped inside the burning car. They managed to free both of them and get them to safety before the car finally exploded. There were no fatalities. Definitely Hero of the Day.
You may also notice that 14 seconds after the crash the van who was directly behind the crash decided he couldn’t hang around to see if he could help save a life or assist traffic police in their subsequent investigation and just pulled up around the burning car and buggered off. Classy.
A son buys a dream car for his mum. His mum was made redundant over 2 years ago and had a clapped-out old car. She had always wanted an old Saab and so Corey Wadden, from Ontario, Canada set about making enough money to buy her one. Here he is surprising her with it.
This has to be the worse rally corner. Can anyone actually take the corner successfully and why, knowing it’s a bad corner, don’t the drivers think to take their foot off the accelerator just a tad, lose a second but gain the time you spend getting out the ditch.
This has the added bonus of having a great voice addition from 1:15 onwards.
Another cyclist crash. A Romford motorist’s complete disregard for a cyclist could have ended very badly for the cyclist. But thanks to his ninja acrobatic skills he escaped uninjured.
The open road and an open window is blissful to these canine passengers.
A Saudi man decides al fresco texting is the way to go and texts whilst sat on the outside of a speeding car.