RS4 accident

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  1. Warr7207

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    Vehicle was in for a service at Audi. 2 technicians had taken the car for a test drive, and met up with a fellow also testing a VW polo GTi. They decided to have a shoot out in a 60km/h residential area of Lonehill. The driver of the RS4 obviously had no idea how much power he had at his disposal - went straight thru a T-junction, thru a wall and was stopped by a tree. Eye witnessness say that he started braking about 40m before the stop sign (+-60m before the point of impact) so one can only imagine what sort of speed he was doing.

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    Guess he will be looking for a new job
     
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    Haha. Damn to not stop in 60m he was probably doing at least 180... Eish...

    Edit: Perhaps he was imitating "gone in 30 seconds" ? :(
     
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    They told me the delay was because they were waiting for parts to arrive.:whistling:
     
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    I think it was a job very well done......if they were testing the air bags!!!! [​IMG]







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    well, sorry to the owner but the number plate was kind of fitting then, MOTO GP :)
     
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    nice try, we all know that people with marine tanks couldnt afford such a car, there may be a Ferrari skimmer in the garage but not an actual ferrari:nono:
     
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    yip i know how that feels, just at a slower speed...........much slower:p
     
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    You just can`t comprehend the way a powerful car compresses time from 80km to 200+ km.You will always run out of road in front of you.
     
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