Koenigsegg CCR Accident at Gran Turismo Polonia 2013 in Poznan, Poland

Koenigsegg CCR Accident at Gran Turismo Polonia 2013 in Poznan, Poland

Nineteen people were injured, four of them seriously after a Koenigsegg CCR supercar operated by a Norwegian driver crashed into a barrier and mowed down a group of spectators at Gran Turismo Polonia 2013 in Poznan, Poland on Sunday June 30, 2013. Gran Turismo Polonia is a show that involves luxury cars racing through the streets of the city of Poznan.

The accident occurred at 3:55 pm on the Hlonda Street. The Koenigsegg CCR driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a crowd of people. Two of the spectators he hit were children. The driver wanted to show off with a spectacular drift but lost control of the vehicle. The police used breathalizer to check if he was driving intoxicated but no traces of alcohol could be found in his system.

Video below is a compilation of all available angles of the Koenigsegg Accident. Props to Best Gore member Buffsmom for the video. Guy in blue at the 0:14 minute mark must feel hell of a lucky. Probably came this close to shitting his thing:

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43 thoughts on “Koenigsegg CCR Accident at Gran Turismo Polonia 2013 in Poznan, Poland”

    1. Total wanker does it for me as we’ll, pity he didn’t hit the metal light pole and trash his very expensive car.

      Unfortunately, I’m inclined to add the comment that the ‘barriers’ were completely inadequate for this type of event, and that the spectators were far too close.

    2. First, in grand turismo crashes hapens often, second the stupid thing is road curbs from the living meat.Yeah,next time sit directly on the road. WTF? stay away 30m from the track. In my country every year in summer season goes “Bike shows”, about 3 tousands of bikes gatering in one place from all the Baltic states,Russia,Belarus,Germany,Poland. and every year accidents hapens. but not like this, bcause the is strict requirements for the viewer.

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  1. What’s the point of drifting anyway? With racing I can understand that one tries to get from point A to point B in the least amount of time, fine, but drifting?

    Like “Look at me how awesome I look moving my vehicle sideways!!!”.


  2. Surprised none of them died on the spot, all of them just went head down feet up in a flash. I don’t know why people stay so close to the track on these kinds of events. Something like this is bound to happen and sometimes even people who are further back are not safe. But hey nobody forced them to stay there.

  3. Those barriers are way too fuckin close. WTF is wrong with their safety policies, guess they do not have them in Poland. The spectators should be another 25 to 30 ft. away from the track to avoid spillovers, or off-roading. This could have all been avoided if they had raised stands& such, the car could plow under instead of on spectators. PURE IGNORANCE.

    1. Well … Poland is a relatively peaceful country. Our young people can not see anywhere the enemy. Hahaha
      I’m serious. This is an example in a microscale.
      The driver at the first slip showed that a fag.

  4. All these people came to see Uber expensive cars burnout, race the engine, and possibly crash. Well, here you go! No complaining. Event promoters didn’t say sit 6 inches away from the roadway. The fence has to be put somewhere. Use that brain people; kinetic energy and inertia and stuff. Haha sit on the hill.

  5. Oh kurva. The safety or distance of people from the track wasn’t the problem, the incapable gobshite driving was. I walk on footpaths next to traffic that travels that speed every day and I’ve yet to be hit like a bowling pin. Too much power, too little brain.

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