BMW and Porsche wreck while street racing

What happens when you mix exotic cars, high speed, and neglectful drivers together? You get a mess. Thanks to translation from friends Mei Gunmetal and Dash F., we get the complete story on how this tragedy in China occurred. On November 16, 2010 at 3:45 PM, two Chinese street racers wrecked due to confusion, a terrible blind spot, or an intentional move to destroy; what do you think?

It is said that both cars were traveling at speeds of over 120 miles per hour! It's amazing that both of the drivers weren't killed instantly. The Porsche wasn't registered or tagged so it is of question whether or not the damage will be covered. More than likely, the owner of the Porsche is going to be considered at fault and responsible for this accident.

Why is the Porsche responsible? As you can see in the video, the Porsche decided at the last second to make a left hand turn just as the BMW was achieving the pole position. Was this done intentionally to wreck the BMW, or was it just an honest mistake? After the Porsche clipped the BMW, the BMW continued for a decent distance before coming to a complete stop and catching on fire.
Both drivers were rushed to the hospital, but thankfully no innocent bystanders were hurt. The current condition of the drivers is unknown. Spectators claim this to be quite a coincidence due to the rarity of both vehicles. This is by far one of the most expensive street racing accidents in history! It is unknown if charges are to be placed against the Porsche for what appears to be an intentional move.

As you can see, street racing isn't just a problem here in the United States; it's everywhere! There's a reason why groups like NALSR exist, they are trying to keep the public roads clear from street racing thus reducing the present dangers on our roadways. For more information about the National Association for Legalized Street Racing (NALSR), visit and learn about how you can help save lives by becoming a professional driver.

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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