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Old 09-23-2013, 12:10 PM
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Porsche 911 RSR violently hits concrete barrier, ends up in a river [video]


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A Porsche 911 RSR crashed earlier this month during the Hellendoorn Rally in The Netherlands.
Behind the wheel was Harry Kleinjan who had serious problems negotiating a turn and ended up flipping his car into the river after hitting the concrete barriers. He was driving a Porsche 911 RSR and survived without any serious injuries, just like his co-driver.
An official reason for why this happened has not been disclosed but it might have something to do with a late braking procedure which caused the wheels to lock. Another plausible scenario would be bad indications coming from the co-driver or maybe a jammed throttle. In the end, it doesn't really matter as long as both of them are ok.
 
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