Big Rally Car Crash ! WRC Rallye Monte-Carlo 2022

Pubblicato il 20 gen 2022
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The first big crash of the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship season. French rally driver Adrien Fourmaux and co driver Alexandre Coria survive crashing their M-Sport Ford Puma Rally1 rally car into a mountain rock wall, sending the car over a barrier and rolling down a steep mountainside. Driver and Co Driver are both OK, with no injuries, showing how strong and safe these new 2022 rally cars are. Despite extensive damage, the safety cell inside the car containing the driver and co driver has remained intact.
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Commenti: 174  
  • WerferHarfer


    Glad the drivers are ok, great work from the safety department. Safety first.

  • Hybridesque


    Glad the driver and co-driver were okay after that horrific crash

  • Yahyamir


    From what I can see the wheel base of the car has been shortened by a meter due to the crash. Good thing the new FIA roll cage protected them.

  • cyclonicleo


    Poor Adrien! Still glad to see he and Alexandre are ok - what a test of the new safety cell design!

  • a u t o z o n e

    a u t o z o n e

    Glad the drivers are OK, quite the crash that is

  • AV Flashback

    AV Flashback

    Looks like the new safety cell passed the test. It doesn't get much worse than going off the cliff on the Monte-Carlo rally.

  • zarkas TV

    zarkas TV

    Thanks to FIA for the todays amazing safety standards !!

  • NathanieI87



  • merqury5


    These people have hearts of Steel! And plenty girls are out there driving incredibly. Glad no one was harmed this time. Its quite incredible.

  • Jay C

    Jay C

    Wow that's a massive off!! But very very lucky to land on that ledge and not roll further downhill 🤔 thankfully everyone ok too!!

  • Seryojkin#Мир#


    краштест пройден успешно. Жаль только, что это машина Фордовской команды - болею за них)

  • Zac Moore

    Zac Moore

    Quick question, I had WRC+ and when I tried to watch each stage I wasnt able to. Am I missing something or are you allowed to watch each stage with commentary? I know you can watch onboard but I like having the commentators along with it. Or is that even something that they offer?



    Looked like he braked, but the car just carried on going straight.

  • stepjay


    ouch. that wont buff out. it still amazes me to this day how far car safety has improved over the years. death and certain injury days are long gone.

  • fouoii gyhh

    fouoii gyhh

    Shame about the small jump in footage just before the impact.

  • Biking with JP

    Biking with JP

    RedBull gives you Wings!

  • Raul


    Thank for that roll cage, looks strong

  • 西園寺蘭世


    I could realize how the rolecage is important to protect crews. Despite that back of car is completely crushed, cockpit remained original form thanks to rolecage.

  • Carlos Barata

    Carlos Barata

    Great testment to the safety of these beasts

  • Paul Thompson

    Paul Thompson

    That was a huge crash.. glad they are okay.