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Porsche crash in downtown Budapest

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02/05/2014 08:44 |  Comments: 

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A Porsche 911 race car crashed into a lamp post right in front of the eyes of the spectators.

On 1 May the International Workers' Day celebrations coincided with a tribute to car racing. The event named The Great Run held in the inner city Budapest featured Formula 1, WTCC, DTM, drift and other race cars driven by pilots such as Sebastian Loeb, David Coulthard, Daniel Ricciardo. The pet of the audience was of course Hungarian racer Norbert Michelisz. However, the most memorable scene had nothing to do with any of the racing stars.

On the track railed off by guard rails, the driver of a white Porsche lost control and the car smashed into the guard rail, then a huge lamp post. Luckily, nobody got injured, even the race car got away with minor panel damage. The incident has been recorded by several people in the audience.

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