This Is Why Formula Cars Should Never Try To Drift

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How to end a race in only 4.5 seconds.

Sometimes you wake up in the morning ready to meet the world with guns blazing only to have it all go wrong with misdirected momentum. Since life equals cars and cars equal life, we see similar situations happen in racing. That is what we see here when driver Ralf Stenzel decides that his foot needs to have a threesome with the throttle and the firewall while trying to make a start at the Swiss hill climb Bergrennen Reitnau. As one would expect, his power move sends his formula car straight into chaos.

It then proceeds to oversteer, jump off the track, through a fence, and into a parked car.

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