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Fastest Ever Recorded Lap at Mount Panorama, Bathurst - In Car with Allan Simonsen
Danish sports car ace, Allan Simonsen sets the fastest ever recorded time around the most difficult Australian circuit -- Mount Panorama, Bathurst -- just two hours drive west from Sydney. It's the latest specification Michelotto Ferrari 458 GT3, prepared by Maranello Motorsport, in Melbourne. Simonsen is no stranger to racing a Ferrari 458 GT3, having campaigned a Le Mans Series GTE-Pro spec variant last year throughout Europe and the 24 Hours of Le Mans with podium results. The very same car started from pole at the 2011 24 Hours of Nürburbring, with Allan onboard. Sit back and enjoy how much quicker this Italian machine is around The Mountain, than a V8 Supercar. And just for the record, Allan claimed third place last year in the Pepsi Max Commodore at the Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercar race, alongside Greg Murphy. Those Danish are really quite versatile drivers!

Allan Simonsen's Fatal Crash *Live*
At Le Mans Allan Simonsen who was at his seventh Circuit de la Sarthe start, was among the favorites to finish highly over the 24-hour race, and qualified the car on pole in the GTE Am class. Came race day, and after only nine minutes of racing with a threat of rain, Simonsen who was first in his class, started his fourth lap. His Aston Martin went out of control at the Tertre Rouge corner, the fast bend that leads into Les Hunaudières straight, and shifted sharply to the left at high speed, after running wide and over the wet blue kerbs. The car went over the 25-meter paved run-off area and crashed violently against the unprotected barrier, on the driver's door. The very bent monocoque with the side of the car open, bounced almost on the path of the oncoming drivers, while a tyre coming off the front left wheel and rolling across the track. According to an on-board footage from Gimmi Bruni's Ferrari, following immediately behind Simonsen at the time of the crash, another AF Corse's Ferrari F458 Italia driven by Toni Vilander skidded right round in a separate incident just seconds earlier at the same corner. The evidence suggests that this car possibly was instrumental, but not the cause of Allan Simonsen's crash. The driver was extracted from the wreck several minutes later while yellow flags were shown at that section on the track. In a serious condition, Simonsen was transferred to the Circuit Medical Centre, but despite the efforts of the doctors, the Dane died from his injuries shortly after his arrival. After the accident the organizers deployed a safety car, which remained on track for almost 50 minutes, to enable the marshals to clean the accident and to rebuild a long stretch of destroyed guardrail. The Aston Martin Racing's principal, David Richards decided to keep on racing with the other four cars of the team across the two GTE Pro and Am classes, at the request of the family, and in tribute to Allan Simonsen. He was the first race fatality at Le Mans since 16 years. In 1997 the Frenchman Sébastien Enjolras lost his life during a pre-qualifying run (Essais Préliminaires), at the wheel of a WR LM97 - Peugeot. Allan Simonsen was 34-year-old. He was survived by his partner Carina and their daughter Mie-Mai, born in 2012.

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Allan Simonsen Fatal Crash Accident Takes His Life killed at Le Mans 24 Hours
Download Video : Danish Racing driver Allan Simonsen, 34 was killed today when his Aston Martin spun off the track at Le Mans. He was fatally injured in the high-speed crash. His car hit a safety barrier, demolishing the car on the fourth lap of the endurance race at the Tertre Rouge bend. Simonsen was reported to be awake and talking with medics, but was taken to the hospital where he later died. The cause of the crash in western France is being investigated. The Dane was racing at 24 hour Le Mans race for the seventh time. Simonsen was part of the Aston Martin Racing team. A spokesman for the Le Mans organisers said: "In a serious condition, Allan Simonsen was transferred immediately to the Circuit Medical Centre where he died soon after due to his injuries. "His family has been informed immediately by David Richards, principal of Aston Martin Racing. "The Automobile Club de l'Ouest wishes to express its great sadness following this incident, and extends its deepest condolences to the family and those close to Allan Simonsen." His death is the first Le Mans 24 Hours fatality since Sebastien Enjolras was killed in an accident during pre-qualifying heats in 1997.