Grande rischio durante la circolazione turistica dell’11 agosto 2014, un Porsche perde il controllo poco prima di Schwedenkreuz e ci schiva per poco.. tutti illesi ma un grande brivido!
Considerando che stavamo percorrendo la discesa a circa 200km/h quel metro di scarto è davvero questione di una frazione di secondo…
Guys.. i don’t think to do all right, i’m human and when is happen i wasn’t in front of a computer but in my car with risk for my life, my girlfriend and my car. so.. if i have make some mistake i’m sorry. But i have some detail to clarify the situation.
- we hadn’t phone so we wasn’t able to call. is a mistake, yes. usually when we drive in nordschleife we have phone in car with emergency number saved in «fast call», but this time, with this particular car without space, there wasn’t.
- in this specific part of track is too danger stop the car. the only right procedure is what BGT has written.
in this specific safe point usually there are photographers and marshal with flag, phone, and safety car.. they are more useful than us.
- when the porsche crashed, probably has lost fluid on the track.. oil, fluid and parts of the car.. now try to think what can happen if another car arrive at high speed after bump.. another big smash hitting people or car stopped near the track.
Do you remember video posted some days ago on BTG with subaru? same danger!
- when you arrive to Schwedenkreuz you are at very high speed, but just before bump you can’t see what there is after.. so, if you arrive here and find oil/car/people you make a disaster bigger than crash on my video.
Look at this camercar few seconds afterk crash.. and you can undestand better.
i don’t think is a safe situation.
the guy whit white tshirt i think is the owner of porsche..
- the girl is only scared, has put her hand on my arm but haven’t taken/pull/hold/grab and i have controlled the car without problem.
and after of all this.. in real life all danger situation appear so much faster than in video looked on youtube or at television!
next time i hope to do better.