Porsche 911 GT3 Flyover at Brands Hatch Lands in Tree

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Anything that is propelled through the air swiftly enough will fly.

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Any Porsche especially when it meets a tyre wall while moving rearward.

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The greatest news, though, concerns the Porsche's landing rather than its flight.

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Last Sunday at Brands Hatch, during the 16th and final round of the British Carrera Cup

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Will Martin, 19, was operating the 911 GT3 for Comline Richardson Racing when the vehicle took off.

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I was veering off in the direction of the right-hand fence.

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As I crossed over, the automobile kind of sprang up after I struck the barrier backward.

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"The GT3 is designed to maintain its ground contact while moving ahead.

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The GT3 was sent upward by striking the tyre barrier, rising at least six feet, where it snagged the catch wire and began to climb a tree like a metallic blue squirrel.

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At least one course marshal, who saw the automobile fly over, was located below the tree inside of what seems to be a shade shelter.

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The good news is this: The automobile managed to get firmly tethered to the fence, building, and tree in some way, keeping it in the air.

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If it hadn't, the marshal very certainly would have been crushed, leaving them at the very least seriously hurt.

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