Audi S1 crash by Michelle Mouton @ Race of Champions 2010 (HD)

Michelle Mouton dreht einige Showrunden im Audi S1 beim Race of Champions 2010 in Düsseldorf. Plötzlich hebt die linke Seite über dem Curb ab und das Auto überschlägt sich. Zum Glück ist niemandem etwas passiert und das Auto blieb auch fast heile... Mit einem Subaru-Boxer mit tiefem Schwerpunkt wäre das nicht passiert ;-)

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