Bullet-dodging reflexes can save lives.
Its not often that complete chaos on a racetrack happens less than a minute into a race. Usually it takes a few laps to lessen the sense of caution, increase the pressure to win, and wear lighting-fast reflexes down to slow attempts to mitigate problems. However in the recent touring car race of Macau, it seems that an overabundance of overexcited racers caused a big crash less than thirty seconds into the race. The crash was caused by two dueling drivers and left a few cars out of commission.
Using his right foot and some quick corrections, this driver emerged barley clipped out of what could have been a very bad crash.