Le Mans 2011 Alan McNish Audi R18 Crash
Alan McNish Audi R18 Crash. Incident described is from about 2.35 onwards.
Filmed on the Apple iPhone 4 just along the track from the Dunlop bridge on
Saturday June 11th 2011 at La Sarthe race circuit, Le Mans.
Sounds of American LeMans! 2011 Sebring
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Just some clips I took while at the 12hrs of Sebring in 2011. These cars
are so addictive. Wish I got more audio from the paddock area before the
race but I was sleeping in my car. Oh well....there is always next year.
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Formula Le Mans Ricard Test
Phil Keen driving the Neil Garner Motorsport Formula Le Mans Car during the
official LMS Test at Paul Ricard. Phil set the fastest laps of the day in
the Formula Le Mans class on both test days.
Mike Rockenfeller Crash Le Mans 24 Hours 2011
Audi suffered its second unbelievable accident just hours after Allan
McNish's race-ending crash, with driver Mike Rockenfeller reportedly
climbing from the destroyed R18 under his own power.
Rockenfeller, part of the defending race-winning No. 1 Audi R18 driving
team, was attempting to pass the No 71 AF Corse Ferrari F458 driven by
Michael Waltrip Racing's Rob Kaufmann at 10:40 p.m. when the two cars made
contact at the ultra-fast Kink section of the Mulsanne Straight.
Official reports from both teams are forthcoming.
Le Mans 24 Hours 2011 - Mike Rockenfeller Crash Audi R18 #1 (English)
Audis R18 # Hits a Ferrari and Crashes into the barrier wich almost seems
to kill Mike, but luckely he survived.
For the second time in the 2011 Le Mans 24 Hours, one of Audi's new R18
cars has been forced to retire after a massive accident involving a GTE
Approaching 11pm local time, Mike Rockenfeller had just moved into second
place overall at the wheel of the #1 car when a GTE Ferrari -- believed to
be the #71 driven by Robert Kaufmann -- moved across on the Audi on the
high-speed kink leading to Indianapolis.
The resulting contact saw Rockenfeller tipped into a spin that saw the Audi
impact the barrier at high speed on the left-hand side of the circuit
before the car rebounded across the circuit and smashed into the barrier on
Such was the extent of the damage that it wasn't immediately apparent which
car had been involved before the reaction of the Audi crew told its own
According to Audi Motorsport boss Wolfgang Ullrich, Rockenfeller was able
to climb from the car and get over the barrier on the side of the circuit
before medical crews arrived.
Rockenfeller has now been taken away by ambulance from the scene of the
So far its said that he walked away from the car with no injuries!
Mike Rockenfeller has a massive crash on the way to the Indianapolis
This time's it the #1 Audi of Mike Rockenfeller who made contact with
Robert Kauffman. The car went head on into the guardrail and disintegrated.
CONFIRMED: Mike Rockenfeller climbed from the car under his own power. He's
been taken off to the ambulance by a stretcher. There is literally nothing
left of the car. It's no doubt one of the worst crashes in Le Mans history.