Large majority of skill required to be successful in rallying is related to driver’s ability to negotiate corners. While most professionals do this instinctively, they don’t always make it out of the corner intact. After all, they are just humans, and we all make mistakes. Even though it rarely happens, every rally driver has made a failed attempt at going through a corner at least once. If you want to know what it looks like to completely misinterpret a corner in rallying, and how it’s actually supposed to be done, check out these videos.
Going in too fast.
In this case, the driver went into the corner too fast, probably because a misunderstanding with his copilot. Luckily no one was seriously injured, and those spectators may even learn not to sit on the outside of a corner.
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