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What can go wrong...

Contact happens. And while sometimes it's a bump or a rub and nobody's the wiser, other times, all involved parties end up getting towed back to the paddock for repair. In this instance, the #3 Tiger Racing / Bavarian Tuning Motorsport M3 got together with the #85 Boothman Racing FFR Roadster at the exit of Turn 2. The #85 spent 20 minutes in the paddock before heading back out as the mechanics on #3 were still in the midst of removing and replacing the M3's broken rim, punctured coilover shock, and broken trailing arm.

In the photo, the drivers of #3 (left) and #85 (right) discuss the crash and agree that the BMW driver was at fault (by NASA [National Auto Sport Association] fault-finding rules).
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What can go wrong...

Contact happens. And while sometimes it's a bump or a rub and nobody's the wiser, other times, all involved parties end up getting towed back to the paddock for repair. In this instance, the #3 Tiger Racing / Bavarian Tuning Motorsport M3 got together with the #85 Boothman Racing FFR Roadster at the exit of Turn 2. The #85 spent 20 minutes in the paddock before heading back out as the mechanics on #3 were still in the midst of removing and replacing the M3's broken rim, punctured coilover shock, and broken trailing arm.

In the photo, the drivers of #3 (left) and #85 (right) discuss the crash and agree that the BMW driver was at fault (by NASA [National Auto Sport Association] fault-finding rules).