Horrific British Supersports Crash - Max Hunt hit in face
Unfortunate Max Hunt is involved in this horrific looking crash at the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit in Aug 2011.
Competing in the Supersports 600 race he lost the bike at the bottom of Graham Hill bend and whilst tumbling down the track he his hit unsighted, directly in the face by a fellow rider travelling at high speed.
'RaceLab' Honda British Supersport racer Max Hunt was airlifted to hospital after the first-lap crash which saw him knocked out cold, and he was immediately taken to the circuit medical centre at Brands Hatch for treatment.
He was concussed & therefore he remained in Kings College hospital in London under observation overnight and throughout the day.
His condition has now improved to the extent that he has been discharged from hospital.
Hunt, 28 from London sustained a high impact head injury, he was treated immediately trackside by the BSB Medical Team before being transferred to the circuit medical centre and then by Air Ambulance to King's College Hospital London for further treatment and assessment.
Of the other riders involved; Ed Smith was discharged from the medical centre with minor injuries whilst Anthony Rogers and Lee Johnston were uninjured.
The Infamous Turn 8 - Adelaide Street Circuit - Crash Compilation (2002 - 2011)
Crashes at Turn 8 from 2002 to 2011. (Before 2002 it had a different layout and was called SpeedStick Turn, that's why I didn't use older clips)
Turn 8, The Dunlop Sweeper. Australias most dangerous corner. (In)famous for killing Ashley Cooper in 2008. (I included a Tribute to Ashley in the Video)
It doesn't matter which Series has racing day, action is guaranteed at Turn 8, year after year! This is my review of the past 10 years, from 2002 until 2011.
200+ kph / 125 mph apex speed, concrete on the left, concrete on the right! No room for any mistake. That guarantees some hard crashes!
SMD - Just like You (Intro)
Breaking Benjamin - Fade Away
Big Dismal - Remember (I.O.U.) (Ashley Cooper Tribute)
Yellowcard - Fighting
#166 - Meistgesehen (heute) - Autos & Fahrzeuge - Neuseeland (2011-08-14)
Luis Filipe de Sousa Carreira's Motorcycle crash at Macau 2012 *FATAL*
The Macau Grand Prix Committee regrets to announce that Luis Filipe de Sousa Carreira, competitor no. 33, from Portugal, in the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix -- 46th edition, has succumbed to injuries sustained in a racing accident during the qualifying session this afternoon.
No other rider was involved in the incident, which occurred at Fisherman's Bend at 15.58. The qualifying session was immediately red flagged.
The medical services, a fast intervention vehicle, fully equipped, and an ambulance with two doctors in attendance, which were located at the side of the accident immediately went to the rider's aid, and as a result of the doctors' diagnosis, Mr. Carreira was immediately evacuated by ambulance to the Hospital, where he was admitted at 16.08.
Continuous CPR was performed, however he succumbed to his injuries at 16.28.
The Macau Grand Prix Committee has contacted the family and the members of the team, and the Committee expresses its sincere condolences.
The qualifying session was abandoned at 16.30.
Massive crash Seat Leon Eurocup 2010 Brands-Hatch (HD)
Portuguese driver Francisco Carvalho had a big flip during the Seat Leon Eurocup Race 2 at Brands-Hatch and ended in the spectator aera...
Thanksfully everyone (driver, marshalls & spectators) is okay
The video is available in High definition 720p
Tomas Enge ST Petersburg 2007 Heavy Crash
Tomas Enge crashes his Ferrari F430 at the ALMS race in St Petersburg. Enge suffered a broken left elbow, cracked ribs, a partially collapsed lung, and broken ankle.
ANTHONY WEST crash 267 KPH ANTWEST13
anthony west @philip island 2004 big with side winds and hitting the front brake to hard he lost the front wheel
crashed @ 267kph
all ready had a cracked wrist from 1 week before when another rider hi-sided in front of him
and he crashed from hitting the other bike
Randy Mamola Incredible 500cc Grand Prix Crash
Randy Mamola performs an absolute miracle feat to stay aboard the fearsome Honda NS500 Grand Prix bike during the San Marino Grand Prix in 1985
This Original 1985 footage was shown live in the UK on BBC's prime time slot during the six o'clock News.
Apologies for the 'average' quality, as it's been transferred from an old VHS tape found amongst a huge box of over 250 of them, in my attic.
Brands GP - Race 3 Rookie 600's - Crash :(
Round 4, Race 3 of Bemsee Rookie 600's
Brands Hatch GP Circuit
Bumped off at Surtees on lap 2 and knocked out of the race from 5th place.
Riding a 2006 Yamaha R6 superstock spec