Last weekend, during a race in Virginia, an IMSA (International Motor Sports Association) driver gave us a very impressive figure. Nothing is mastered but it is class all the same.
In endurance races, it is sometimes difficult to keep control of your vehicle for such long hours. A moment of inattention and it’s head to tail. Lucky for him, Rasmus Lindh had excellent reflexes just before setting off for the set.
His driving skills and his composure probably enabled him to come out of this loss of control unscathed. But if there was only that. Oh no, in addition to avoiding a serious accident, the pilot from Performance Tech did the show. We let you admire but you will see, it is of the very high level.
— #IMSA (@IMSA) October 10, 2021
Very close to disaster
We can clearly see that its front left wheel slides on the vibrator. The car then immediately goes into a spin and the front even begins to pull away from the asphalt.
Fortunately, the Swedish driver lands the car and continues his race, as if nothing had happened. a move worthy of the greatest Hollywood action movies that would easily deserve a 10/10 in a contest.
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