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Epic Overtaking Accident With Flipped Car

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№1 Author: apex (25 Jun 2013 04:23) Total user comments: 13


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why the fuck dont you brake when the car flips, americans? all i hear is "OH" and "AH", just break man...
№2 Author: get a clue (25 Jun 2013 05:15) Total user comments: 0


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Clearly NOT Americans. Note the license plates.
№3 Author: monkfish1968 (25 Jun 2013 05:50) Total user comments: 303


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that's just how I roll baby
№4 Author: Grunt Callahan (25 Jun 2013 06:42) Total user comments: 1777


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For one thing apex, that wasn't in America, and how is braking going to help when your car is flipping?
№5 Author: 1234 (25 Jun 2013 07:42) Total user comments: 1717


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02 nice of people to stop and come back to help 04
№6 Author: apex is a dumb ass (25 Jun 2013 08:29) Total user comments: 0


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European plates.
№7 Author: Snade (25 Jun 2013 16:24) Total user comments: 43


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Look at 17s, a man fall out from the car while its still flipping ! ! ! 15

And btw, not breaks but acceleration can help you in such situation. The driver for sure hits the brakes by instinct and thats why he looses control.
Have you seen drifters brake when their car is already drifting? No ofc, because that will cause an accident for sure. Same thing here. If the driver has pushed the acceleration, the force of the engine would help him gain control over the direction of movement.
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