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H20 GT500 Crash - Ocean City MD

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Hope this wasn't any of you guys.

 

 

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Hope nobody was hurt!

I really don't understand how anyone could crash like that. There was no one there and he points the car to the median and flips it. :doh:

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2 hours ago, Secondo said:

Hope nobody was hurt!

I really don't understand how anyone could crash like that. There was no one there and he points the car to the median and flips it. :doh:

Rear end broke loose and he lost control.  Going too fast. 

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55 minutes ago, twobjshelbys said:

Rear end broke loose and he lost control.  Going too fast. 

He was going straight how did he break the rear loose like that?

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39 minutes ago, shelby001 said:

He was going straight how did he break the rear loose like that?

Stomped on the accelerator to accelerate with cold tires and pavement, or more likely,  downshifted to accelerate without a throttle blip to match RPM  and got a engine compression braking.  Driver failed to have control. 

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19 hours ago, twobjshelbys said:

Stomped on the accelerator to accelerate with cold tires and pavement, or more likely,  downshifted to accelerate without a throttle blip to match RPM  and got a engine compression braking.  Driver failed to have control. 

Ya I would believe your second thought, he was shifting up & instead hit a lower gear.

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I'm not understanding why these guys stay on the gas and don't steer to correct the skid. Someone with such poor driving skills shouldn't be driving a high-horsepower car.

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1 hour ago, Secondo said:

I'm not understanding why these guys stay on the gas and don't steer to correct the skid. Someone with such poor driving skills shouldn't be driving a high-horsepower car.

I agree .

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I have read that the traction control can turn back on spontaneously when it is turned off for any reason. Is this true ?  Is it possible that this is the reason why the car turned by itself? Did the car brake one tire sensing the wheel spinning?  I also think taking the foot off the accelerator is smart!

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