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Fans Cheat Death After Scary MINI Challenge Crash (Video)
Sitting field-side at an Arena Football League game may be painful at times, but it is like child’s play when compared to the dangers of being track-side at just about any motor sports race. That is the case, even when the vehicles hustling around the track are as tiny as a MINI.
During the Ipswich 300 event at the Queensland Raceway, the vehicle of 23-year-old Kain Magro spun out of control during the final lap of the race. As his car somersaulted several times off the track, it flipped over a fence and into the spectators area.
Thankfully, Magro would be alright and only two spectators were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. These fans of the sport were not the first to cheat death, and in all likelihood, they will not be the last.
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