dan1895 Registered User
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Icyseanfitz Registered User
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jesus, did he survive?

Cookie_Monster Registered User
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Icyseanfitz said:
jesus, did he survive?


he did:

After going at 184 km / h at the point where the line of boxes is installed radar, Bueno realized the lack of brakes on his truck and tried to get him out of the lane, turning left. Unable to slow down in the grass, crossed the lane in a curve, broke the wall and protecting tires. The truck went over to trees after plummeting from a height of over 15 meters, in the fall via internal access to the racetrack.
Helped at the scene by the team of Dr. Daniel Gabriel de Moraes, medical category, the pilot was taken to the Hospital Manoel Francisco Guerreiro, in Guaporé. The medical staff of the clinic guaporense subjected him to a series of X-rays and CT scans, which were found fractures suffered. Bueno will be flown to Curitiba, a city where medical evaluations will result later on Saturday.
At the hospital, Diumar Bueno spoke with the president of the class, Neusa Navarro, and despite the scare, it's okay.

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Awesome crash!

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Icyseanfitz said:
jesus, did he survive?


youtube description
Brazilian auto racing was marred by a serious accident in Formula Truck, which this weekend step performed in the city of Rio Grande do Sul Guaporé. After losing the brakes during the final free practice, the Paraná Diumar Bueno dropped from a height of 15 meters and landed on the track internal access to the racetrack.
After going at 184 km / h at point on the line of boxes, where the radar is installed, Bueno realized the lack of brakes on his truck and tried to get him out of the lane, turning left. Unable to slow down in the grass, crossed the track in turn one, broke the wall and protecting tires. The truck went over trees before crashing. The pilot, who remained conscious throughout the rescue, not at risk of death, but suffered fractures in both legs and right arm, and a cut on his tongue. His truck, the Volvo number 11 of the DB Motorsport, was completely destroyed.



EDIT beaten to it again

savagecabbages Registered User
#5

Same guy involved in this one

Icyseanfitz Registered User
#6

same guy? jesus he is a bit dangerous isnt he

ScumLord Moderator
#7

Take shortcut -- turbo boost ramp -- collect red shell.

GAAman Registered User
#8

I like how the medic/emergency guy got to the scene on a moped, not like there might be a rush or anything!

ScumLord Moderator
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GAAman said:
I like how the medic/emergency guy got to the scene on a moped, not like there might be a rush or anything!
It can often be the quickest way around. With thousands of people watching, marshaling the race and tight access roads (if they're there) filled with people, bikes equipment a bike is often the fastest way around. You could say send a car up the track but with massive trucks whizzing around it it's more or less off limits.

With F1 tracks like Monaco or even purpose built tracks there can be problems with accessing parts of the track never mind the field beside the track.

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