Tetsuya Ota at Fuji Car crash: Crash & Burn (Massive explosion!!)
The Ten Most Infamous Crashes In Racing
10. Tetsuya Ota at Fuji
Why It's Infamous: Ota's crash during the 1998 JGTC race at Fuji doesn't
get talked about much, but it should. A lackadaisical response from safety
crews meant that once Ota's Ferrari F355 crashed into the back of a Porsche
he was following during a parade lap, he was rescued by fellow driver
Shinichi Yamaji — not the track marshals.
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Formula One, also known as Formula 1 or F1 and referred to officially as
the FIA Formula One World Championship,] is the highest class of
single-seater auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de
l'Automobile (FIA). The "formula", designated in the name, refers to a set
of rules with which all participants' cars must comply. The F1 season
consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix (from French,
originally meaning grand prizes), held on purpose-built circuits and public
roads. The results of each race are combined with a points system to
determine two annual World Championships, one for the drivers and one for
the constructors. The racing drivers, constructor teams, track officials,
organizers, and circuits are required to be holders of valid Super
Licences, the highest class of racing licence issued by the FIA.
Indy Racing League, LLC is an American-based auto racing sanctioning body,
adopting the trade name of INDYCAR. INDYCAR sanctions four racing series,
the premier IZOD IndyCar Series (often abbreviated ICS or IICS) with its
centerpiece Indianapolis 500, and developmental series Firestone Indy
Lights, the Star Mazda Championship and the U.S. F2000 National
Championship, which are all a part of The Road To Indy.
The trade name INDYCAR was officially adopted on January 1, 2011.
Indy Racing League, LLC is owned by Hulman and Co., which also owns the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway complex and the Clabber Girl brand.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is a
family-owned and -operated business venture that sanctions and governs
multiple auto racing sports events. It was founded by Bill France, Sr. in
1947--48. As of 2009, the CEO for the company is Brian France, grandson of
Bill France, Sr. NASCAR is the largest sanctioning body of stock car racing
in the United States. The three largest racing series sanctioned by NASCAR
are the Sprint Cup Series, the Nationwide Series, and the Camping World
Truck Series. It also oversees NASCAR Local Racing, the Whelen Modified
Tour, the Whelen All-American Series, and the NASCAR iRacing.com Series.
NASCAR sanctions over 1500 races at over 100 tracks in 39 US states and
Canada. NASCAR has presented exhibition races at the Suzuka and Motegi
circuits in Japan, Mexico, and Calder Park Raceway in Australia.
NASCAR's headquarters are located in Daytona Beach, Florida, although it
also maintains offices in four North Carolina cities; Charlotte,
Mooresville, Concord, and Conover. Regional offices are also located in New
York City, Los Angeles, Bentonville, Arkansas, and international offices in
Mexico City and Toronto. Additionally, owing to its Southern roots, all but
a handful of NASCAR teams are still based in North Carolina, especially
World Rally Car is a racing automobile built to the specification set by
the FIA, the international motorsports governing body, and used to compete
in the outright class of the World Rally Championship (WRC). The WRC
specifications were introduced by the FIA in 1997.
The World Rally Championship (WRC) is a rallying series organised by the
FIA, culminating with a champion driver and manufacturer. The driver's
world championship and manufacturer's world championship are separate
championships, but based on the same point system. The series currently
consists of 13 three-day events driven on surfaces ranging from gravel and
tarmac to snow and ice. Each rally is split into 15--25 special stages
which are run against the clock on closed roads.
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GRAVE ACIDENTE, CARRO DE SIMONA DE SILVESTRO BATE PEGA FOGO E BOMBEIROS
FALHAM NO RESGATE.
Serious accident, car Simona De Silvestro, are in conflict against the wall
and caught fire and FIREFIGHTERS FAIL IN RESCUE.(google translator)
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Car Crashes Compilation- NASCAR Daytona 500 Finishes 1979-2013
Car Crashes Compilation- NASCAR Daytona 500 Finishes 1979-2013
Includes 2001 Daytona finish with Dale Sr. crash!
Disclaimer: This video is for educational purposes only and is not intended
to be a shock video of any kind. The intention of this video is only to
educate drivers in the consequences of drinking while driving or texting
while driving. Be safe and drive responsibly.
ALWAYS wear your seat belts!
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Terrifying NASCAR Wreck at Talladega (Official) [HD]
Talladega delivers another vicious wreck, pitting driver safety vs. fans'
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- If you or I had been involved in a wreck like the one
that claimed the cars of Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
and more than two dozen other NASCAR drivers on Sunday afternoon, we'd curl
up in a fetal position at the thought of going near a car ever again. This
was the kind of high-speed, full-throttle, nowhere-to-hide carnage that
allows real life to edge its way into your sporting Sunday, forcing you to
think, just for a second, that something really bad might just have
Fortunately for all concerned, the catastrophic wreck on the last lap of
the Good Sam 500 destroyed only acres of sheet metal (and the championship
hopes of several drivers). The maelstrom that unfolded behind winner Matt
Kenseth was terrifying to observe, yes, but ultimately nothing more than
one hell of a show.
In short, it was the perfect NASCAR wreck.
Tony Stewart (14) flips over a host of cars on the final lap at Talladega.
Of course, you'll forgive the drivers if they're not quite as thrilled
about all this. As they climbed from their cars, in various states of
agitation and disbelief, they expressed a common sentiment: This isn't how
racing should be.
With his car in neon-green shards just a few feet away, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
looked visibly shaken as he sat on the back bumper of his car hauler
talking with crew chief Steve Letarte. When he did speak to the media, he
left no doubt about his feelings on a track where he's had more success
than any other: "It's not safe wrecking like that," he said. "It's
ridiculous, man. It's bloodthirsty if that's what people want."
Earnhardt even went so far as to say if he had his way, he wouldn't run the
restrictor-plate races at Daytona and Talladega next year. "If this was how
we raced every week," he said, "I'd find another job."
Here's the question, though: Do NASCAR fans want danger, or just the
illusion of danger? Real danger, taking chances and overextending your
equipment, is what leads to serious injuries and worse. The illusion of
danger? It's a performance, and everyone knows it.
[Related: Keselowski escapes unscathed]
Jeff Gordon, despite having the good fortune of darting through the
wreckage to notch a second-place finish, has few fond thoughts for
Talladega: "I don't like coming here," he said after the race. "I don't
like the type of racing that I have to do. But if I'm a fan, I would love
that. I think it is incredibly intense. It's wild, it's crazy."
The problem that NASCAR faces is that two of its crown jewels, the
restrictor-plate races at Daytona and Talladega, are the races at which the
interests of the fans and the interests of the drivers diverge. NASCAR does
hold all the cards here -- it's not like a driver can refuse to drive these
races -- but how does it manage the interests of two of its most important
"I know that these are NASCAR's marquee races, the high banks of Daytona
and Talladega," winning team owner Jack Roush said after the race. "I just
figure the car's a writeoff when I load it up to bring it to one of these
In the end, showmanship be damned: The drivers are just happy to put the
Alabama foothills in their rear-view mirror. "It's good to get [Talladega]
all over with and go on to real race tracks, where we can control our
destiny and fast cars matter," Denny Hamlin said as the sound of hammers
and saws on sheet metal echoed throughout the Talladega garage. "Just
listen around you. It's a junkyard."
Brad Keselowski, who remains the points leader, put it even more directly:
"I just feel lucky to survive Talladega."
Just a guess: that won't be going into next year's marketing campaign.
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