Kubica's crash in Italy seen from Moreno-Bonato crew onboard camera

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+76 1. joeman commented 10 years ago

Love how they stop to help their fellow racers!
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+7 2. pauldmixer commented 10 years ago

I HATE do-overs! :'(
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+27 3. SilverPT commented 10 years ago

Jump to 3:0 if you only want to see the crash. But the entire footage is very good ^^
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-12 4. JohnMichael commented 10 years ago

I don't care if this comment get's voted down into oblivion, this was a waste of 4 minutes..
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+14 5. madmap commented 10 years ago

Phew: for a second I really thought they were thinking about continuing the track... but they are pro's :)
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+1 6. imagic commented 10 years ago

these guy's are the really winners of a rally . give them 1st place please!

and i love the italian language enen in a rally it sounds like music
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-2 7. mozama commented 10 years ago

Chiquata! :(|)
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+22 8. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

Did you pushed the left and right arrows of the keyboard too?
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+7 9. Tzig commented 10 years ago

#7 It's "cinquanta" = fifty
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+1 10. kekke2000 commented 10 years ago

This happened on my birthday. Anyone know how he's holding up? Will he race 2012?
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+8 11. Tunnaz commented 10 years ago

from 3:22

- ok, ok, ok, go...
- Is he hurt?
- He is hurt.
- Damn !
- ok, ok, ok, stop there, stop there!
- no, no, I knew he go faster there...
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+5 12. Bostonchaos commented 10 years ago

These guys were on one of the best runs I've seen in a long time, yet they stopped to help. These are true competitors.
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+2 13. Parvus commented 10 years ago

#(removed comment) But I suppose that they were trained for this kind of situation, and since there isn't any rescue team yet...
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+6 14. Tareim (admin) commented 10 years ago

#(removed comment) in rallying the next competitor along the stage is supposed to stop at a serious accident to help
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+10 15. JimDunlop commented 10 years ago

I was trying to follow along with the navigator... I speak French (and little Spanish) so Italian is a bit farther off....

I THINK I got a good part of it, but maybe some Italian-speaking Snotr viewer could fill in a few more details...? Please? :D

This is what I heard... Please correct me if I made any mistakes.

cinque- = five
quatro = four
tre = three
due = two
uno = one
va = go

sinistra = left
destra = right
veloce = speed
piena = full (not sure about this one)
cinquanta = fifty

Also... cento = percent??? (again, not sure)

ferma qui = stop here
ritarda = delay or slow down maybe?

So, can someone fill in a few more of the words that come up? Maybe this will inspire me to learn Italian. lol. ;)
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-2 16. LQoQK commented 10 years ago

#13 #14

I am sure they were for the rescue, I was just making a point regarding the usless people who just stand there to have a look or to capture it on video.

thanks for every one for the negative flood :D really appreciated
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+1 17. richardleed commented 10 years ago

#3. Thanks! I only wanted to see the crash. But I was hoping it was the one with the camera rolling.
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+2 18. Dexter89 commented 10 years ago

#15 four = quattro (with 2 t :D ), the rest it's all right!
By the way I don't know the language used in rally, I think that the numbers "50" ("cinquanta" ), "100" ("cento" ) etc. stand for the degrees of the bend, however every stable choose their own system of speaking.
I hope to have been useful :D
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+3 19. gringo commented 10 years ago

#15 veloce=fast, cento=100. :)
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+1 20. snotRules commented 10 years ago

3:35 that guy on the right has an iphone with him LOL
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+1 21. rubi commented 10 years ago

Get well pretty soon Robert!!

Fianly you would have gotten a nice car....
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+1 22. Zebulun commented 10 years ago

I kept looking for the minimap in the bottom left of my screen.
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0 23. yourmum commented 10 years ago

#15 Very accurate.
(i) fermati = stop (as an instruction, informal)
ritarda = slow down (as an instruction, informal)
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0 24. Tareim (admin) commented 10 years ago

#18 the 50 and 100 is probably meaning yards till next corner like it does in circuit racing
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+1 25. Elcativo commented 10 years ago

#24 because these guys are Italian, they will use the metric system. If they are talking about distance its for sure meters :P