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Favourite racing crash pics

Favourite racing crash pics - News

After watching the final BSB round at Brands Hatch last weekend we watched a few riders ‘eat dirt’. So we thought we would pop up a few of our favourite crash pics. Some old and some new, but all impressive! This amazing shot is from Oulton Park. Haga rides through the flames in style!

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Surfs up dude. Wheelies and burn-outs are old school. This guy is just showing off at Brands Hatch

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This one is from the IOM classic TT as he tries to leap into the sea.

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Another from practice at the TT. Hutchinson discovers Seagulls don’t like ‘Swans’.

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Yet another pic from Oulton Park. This bike ended up in the lake and had to be fished out.

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The Brands Hatch bowser truck was a little too keen this time round and puts on a stunt show for the fans.

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Oulton Park again. This Ferrari barrel rolls over the barriers in dramatic style. It didn’t stop until most of the panels had detached themselves.

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Colin Edwards was lacking ‘feedback from the front end’ on his Ducati at Donington Park. That’s when he realised he didn’t actually have one.

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This racer at Thruxton wishes he had bought a RHD model – plus his secret stash of moonshine is revealed.

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Rossi looking rather ‘camp’ as he practices a bit of mid air skipping.

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The Supersport guys were testing out new aerodynamic techniques down the start finish straight at Brands Hatch. This one didn’t work.

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Seeley does his best impression of "The Ghost Rider" at Snetterton.

We like a good crash pic – feel free to email in your favourites!

24 October 2013

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