Mon. Jan 17th, 2022

Possibly the most terrifying crash of the Bathurst 1000 course shook the S5000 series on Sunday morning.

It happened during the fourth round of the S5000s, when Aaron Cameron’s and Luis Leeds’ cars made contact with The Chase.

Both drivers came out of the accident unharmed, but not before their cars collided and flew off the track, forcing the race to be red-flagged and declared.

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In an extraordinary piece of footage, one of Leeds’ decks can be seen tearing off the pearl and flying through the air.

“Another hold-your-spirit moment!” said commentator Richard Craill on the Fox Sports broadcast.

“They’re both off the track at high speed, it’s all over, big crash!

“It’s been such a big talk all weekend.

“Side by side by crack. It’s huge!”

Co-commentator Chad Neylon described the crash as “incredible”.

It happened just one day after another terrifying accident took place at The Chase, involving S5000 drivers Joey Mawson and Jordan Boys.

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