More Views of Doug Peterson's SCCA Crash
The crash from almost every angle.
Last week we showed you the on-board camera footage of Doug Peterson's crash at the SCCA Chicago Region's June Sprints at Road America. Now we have the crash from almost every angle.
Peterson, who wasn't injured in the crash, makes a move to the right as a car slows suddenly in front and is hit from behind. The slowed car gets pushed to the right and the tires connect. After that, chaos ensues.
This video provides several views from different on-board cameras, which better show the speed and scope of the accident. Peterson easily slides a few hundred feet before stopping upside down.
Thankfully, he exits car immediately as we see liquid dripping under the car. Thanks to Beau Borders, Borders Racing driver, for the edited video.
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