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MASSIVE PILEUP AT THE 2017 FIA GT WORLD CUP MACAU GRAND PRIX


This is not something you see on a racetrack every day – a massive, 14-car pileup that leaves just four cars able to make it back to the pits before the recovery equipment removes all the damaged vehicles.

That's right, just four cars made it through the chaos of this pileup at the FIA GT World Cup Macau Grand Prix in 2017. It was just incredible that all the drivers were left unscathed, with the commentators calling it "mayhem" and that it was the “worst he’s ever seen in GT racing”.

German racer, Maro Engel – who failed to make it out of the pits for the session – said, "It's not something you want to see."

Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing driver, Brazilian Raffaele Marciello, said “I was lucky and I am happy to be alive. It’s a special track but it’s also scary.”

Check out the mayhem in the video below.


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