Going off track at high speed and your car digging into the grass is never going to end particularly well…
IndyCar’s first trip to an oval race didn’t get off to the cleanest of starts after a multi-car shunt
When you hit a massive bump in a World Rally Championship car, you know you’re going to have a bad time…
Race two of the BRDC British Formula 3 season opener at Oulton Park started in pretty dramatic style…
Here’s what former Formula 1 driver Antonio Pizzonia is up to nowadays… crashing in Stock Car Brasil
The Monza pit straight is a place you definitely don’t want to spin at after a rolling start…
Supercars racer Craig Lowndes went straight into the tyre barrier at high speed after a tyre failure at 140mph
Quite a few racing championships were in action at Silverstone last weekend, resulting in loads of crashes and fails.
A heavy crash usually signals the end of the race for the car involved, but Jose Maria Lopez was having none of that.
The first race of the Renault UK Clio Cup’s visit to Donington Park took less than 30 seconds to turn into absolute mayhem.
The series name may have changed from GP2 to Formula 2, but the bizarre moments still remain.
Juho Hanninen’s crash during the Tour de Corse’s opening speed test could’ve had a nasty end after he hit a bridge.
The start of a race is clearly the riskiest moment and that was proved with this two-car shunt at the start of a Blancpain GT Asia round.
Antonio Giovinazzi was one of the stars of Australian Grand Prix qualifying but the same can’t quite be said for China.
The British Touring Car Championship season got off to a typically dramatic and chaotic start, taking about 20 metres for two drivers to collide.