5 million of cars involved in horror Supercars crash Defending Tyrepower Tasmania champion Will Davison had to be taken to hospital after an incredible 12 cars were involved in one of the worst crashes in the history of Virgin Australia Supercars Championship this afternoon.
On only the second lap of the race the 12 Supercars ended up a mangled wreck strewn right across the front straight of the tight circuit. The cars and drivers involved in the crash were Davison, Simona de Silvestro, Rick ray ban tech Kelly, Garth Tander, Tim Slade, Nick Percat, Tim Blanchard, James Moffat, Scott Pye, James Courtney, Alex Rullo, Taz Douglas. Kelly, who's car was destroyed said he's not quite sure what caused the incident ray ban kids to occur. "Definitely the biggest hit I've had in the 16 years I've been out there," Kelly said. "It's one of those things where you've got to look at everything that's involved. Certainly got run into the fence which certainly destroyed the left hand side of my car. "Then we got hit again and from there I'm not sure got hit where can you buy ray bans one or two times. Ended up back on the left and Will came barrelling down obviously unable to stop and hit on the left.
" Davison was taken to hospital for further tests after being badly winded and complaining of lower back pain after colliding head on with Kelly's with around nine G forces of impact. Wet conditions mixed with a lowering sun made visibility tough for the drivers at Symmons Plains Raceway and the opening SuperSprint event of the year was suspended for almost an hour while almost $5 million worth of Supercars were cleared from the track. Once the debris was cleared the remaining drivers returned to the track and the race finished under safety car after just one more lap with current Champion Shane van Gisbergen in first followed by Red Bull Holden Racing team mate Jamie Whincup and Team Vortex's Craig Lowndes discount ray ban sunglasses.
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