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16 October 2012

Video: parking a rally car ON a garage

Watch Finn Juho Hanninen achieve utterly unrepeatable feat of crashing

Rowan Horncastle
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We all know that rally drivers have a frequent tendency to fall off the road, but this is one of the best bits of crashing we've seen in a while. Largely because it's utterly unbelievable.

Juho Hänninen is the most successful driver in the IRC, but that doesn't mean he's invincible. On the fourth stage of IRC Rallye Sanrem, the Finn underestimated a left hand bend and went for a little detour. The Skoda Fabia - the same one in which Hammond raced a flying man - crashed through a barrier, barrel rolled over a gap and landed back on all fours on someone's garage roof.

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Photo credit: Colin Clark on Twitter

Tags: juho hanninen, skoda, fabia

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