It’s the Bathurst 12 Hours this weekend and the competitors are loving driving on one of the world’s great race tracks. The Mount Panorama circuit is incredibly unforgiving, with the section across the top of the mountain known for being narrow, bumpy, and incredibly fast. Make a mistake there and chances are you’ll be in the wall.
That’s what happened to Will Davison during a practice session when he lost control of his Audi R8 going through the McPhillamy Park corner. Somehow he managed not to hit anything and after two complete spins kept on going!
Save of the century? Probably yes!@will_davison in Audi Sport Team WRT car #39 with an unbelievable catch while doing 200km/h at @MtPanCircuit during one of the @Bathurst12hour practice sessions.#WRT #Audi #B12hr #ICGT pic.twitter.com/Btp4Yc16vc
— WRT – W Racing Team (@followWRT) February 2, 2018
Sure, it’s only February, but it’s going to take some doing for anyone to pull off a better save than that in 2018!