Let’s face it, people love races for the crashes. People get horribly injured sometimes, but there’s a kind of sick, twisted thrill in watching a complete wreck unfold before your eyes. During a car racing event at the Hellendoorn rally in the Netherlands, a Porsche was going so fast, it slammed right into a barrier on the the track and crash-landed into a canal.
Harry Kleinjan, the driver of the car, and his co-driver reportedly emerged uninjured from the crash, which was likely caused by attempting to brake too late for a turn.
The car crashed into a barrier and went flying, crash-landing upside down in the water.
Watch the video below:
[h/t The Blaze]
[photo via screengrab]
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