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Andy Downes  says:

The difference between cars and bikes on the Isle of Man TT

This incredible near miss is what happened when rally driver Mark Higgins took a Subaru rally car around the Isle of Man TT course earlier in the week. Yes we know this is Motor Cycle News but we defy anyone to watch it without clenching their buttocks as it unfolds. Watch the bottom inset screen to see how much arm twirling...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (10 June 2011 13:21)

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Oct 10

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toadhancocks says:

*Bray Hill!

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Jul 11

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kurtjameson says:

Whoa! that was an almost accident. I couldn't imagine what the car would look like if the Subaru smashed into a rail or tree at that speed. It would need the help of the best car repair experts just to revive that. Good thing the champion was able to control it. Good job!

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Apr 12

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LenBrannon says:

Wow, this is impressive stuff! I don't have a lot of experience as a driver and I'm sure that there was some great danger. While selling head gaskets I had the opportunity to meet a rally driver. He surely has some guts.

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