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Le Mans Racer Survives Fatal Crash

Written on June 13, 2011 by Rudfer Tyron

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How the hell Allan McNish walk away from the accident alive?

Many people asked the same question after watching the video which shows how 41-year-old racer Allan McNish survived the car violence without a scratch.

The Le Mans race took place last Saturday and McNish was one of the participants. McNish won the race in 2008 but this year, he encountered a serious accident. His Audi R18 hit a wall and its body was chalked up to pieces. Good thing the vehicle was built with single-piece construction which prevented further wreck.

Thank God there were no bystanders hurt in the accident. See the exclusive footage after the break.

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