Racing can be and is a very challenging sport but the La Carrera Panamericana takes it to an all new level, one that is well documented for allowing drivers to get comfortable for just a split second before it jumps out of hiding and bites you square on the ass. The good news is in these cases the drivers escaped with their lives.
Many thanks to Coop for the use of these self explanatory photos.
The first photo thanks to Michael Emery of Lucha Libre Racing is the bridge mentioned by the #278 Merceded Benz Bio Fuel team that took out their clutch pedal assembly.
The #88 Volvo piloted by David Gussack from the U.S.A.
This was what the #375 Sunbeam Tiger piloted by Miles Jones looked like when I last saw it in San Miguel de Allende.
This is what it looked like yesterday.
This is what it looks like now.