How Did Nobody Die in this Rally Crash?


2014 Jolly Rolly saw spectacular crash end surprisingly well.

When picking your pew for a road rally event, you’ll probably want to be a bit further away from the action than these guys. Despite being convinced one of the spectators involved in this nasty crash must have met their maker, we have been assured that not only did nobody die, they weren’t even hurt. Nor, incidentally, were the drivers. One of the girls did faint however – which is what happens when you think you’re about to get mowed down by an out-of-control Clio Super 1600.

Check out the miraculous escape at the Jolly Rally in Italy and remember to keep your distance next time you head to a rally. You might want to bring some spare underwear with you too.

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