Here's Proof That Racing Fiat 500s Is Just As Dangerous As F1 Cars


If it can be raced and it will eventually be crashed.

Normally when we talk race track crashes the focus is on Formula One, NASCAR, GT racing or amateur hour at the Nurburgring. We often forget that if it has four wheels and an engine it can and will be raced, which also means it can and will be crashed eventually. Case in point: This crash by Eric Scalvini at Spa-Francorchamps. Scalvini was attempting to jump his Fiat 500 Abarth from fourth to third when he overcooked it and ended up sliding roof first around the track.

Luckily Scalvini wasn’t injured and as an added bonus his car actually ended up flipping back over! Bonus points go to Alex Campani for managing to avoid Scalvini’s wrecked 500.

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