Adrien Fourmaux and co-driver Alexandre Coria have walked away from a terrifying crash at the Monte Carlo Rally.
The M-Sport driver lost control of his Ford Puma WRC car and hit a cliff rock wall. The impact threw the car into the air and he flipped over a barrier and into a ravine.
Footage has emerged on social media, recorded by spectators, showing the shocked Fourmaux sitting in the snow before clambering back up to his car as Coria extricated himself from the shell.
It's testament to the strength and safety standards of modern World Rally machines that both drivers were able to walk away from the terrifying crash.
Check out the footage below...
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