Brazilian Racers Are Giving NASCAR A Run For The Money With This Insane Crash


The white flag is flown for a reason, y'all.

We recently talked about how racing Fiats is just as dangerous as F1 cars. Now we have a new video to remind us that stock car racing anywhere in the world is risky business. This race took place on the Brazilian stock car circuit. It started when one car moved to the right on a straightaway, likely disabled or otherwise slowed. The white caution flag came out but a few of the drivers coming around the bend into the straightaway either didn’t see it or ignored it entirely.

As you’d guess a few plowed into slowed car, causing a crazy wreck. Two drivers were taken to the hospital for a check-up but luckily no one else was injured.

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