Valentino Rossi's shattered dream ahead of Le Mans. His teammate Al Harthy loses control of the car and ends up off the track – Video

Nothing to see, Valentino Rossi's BMW M4 GT3 left the 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the oldest and most prestigious automobile races. Rossi's car was first when one of the two companions with whom the world champion alternated at the wheel, Omani driver Ahmad Al Harthy, lost control of car 46, ending up against the barriers and also smashing the radiator . The accident occurred around midnight. “I lost it! I lost my car!” shouted the driver as he found himself on the gravel. However, the Tavullia DOC team has done an excellent job so far. Their BMW started twelfth and, as the hours passed, she had climbed all the other positions.

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