ALMS Cameraman Catches Insane Crash

Crash

This guy had balls of steel by not running away.

Imagine the following: you’re a cameraman filming a high-speed track race when suddenly two cars collide and at least one comes right at you spinning out of control. What would you do? Run away and try everything you can to save your life? Or man your post in order capture everything for the audiences at home? We’d run and duck for cover, but not this particular cameraman. He stayed put, and by doing so managed to catch this ridiculous crash between two Porsche 911 track racers.

It all went down yesterday at the American Le Mans Series race at Virginia International raceway. Fortunately no one – including the drivers and people on the ground – were hurt.

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