The worst flow in the world proves why closed courses are a good thing

There is an old proverb in the automotive world that goes away when in doubt. An infinity driver whose flow effort was recently posted online is a beautiful example of why this is not always the case.

The video appears to have started the media race after the car started hitting one of the concrete barriers around a flowing fence. After hitting the rear wall of the car, the front side also quickly hits it.

As it was a drift attempt, the driver’s wheels were also pointing at the obstacles, not far from it because if it could be an angle of a rastrack, pushing them further into the wall. That’s because it actually climbs the barrier.

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The driver seems to be keeping his foot on the throttle all the time, probably because of the panic inactivity or because they thought they could drive it. Either way, as the car climbs over the barrier the wheels push the car and it looks like it is driving along the wall.

It would actually be kind of cool, like a wall of death, if the car didn’t fall next to it. The front driver’s side wheel appears to have fallen off, the headlights have gone out, and the trim has begun to fall off the front of the vehicle.

The silver lining of all this is that the accident happened in a convenient place where the crowd and others escaped the driver’s mistake. While this video may suggest that more precautions are needed, the barriers at least worked their way through and prevented the accident from getting worse.

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