Abuja - Road safety lesson 101: Whenever you crash at around 320km/h, just fling yourself onto the next motorcycle also moving at around 320km/h.
That’s the teaching of Greek motorcycle drag racer Filippos Papafilippou after he did exactly that to escape certain death at a recent race meet, the Mirror reports.
As Filippos Papafilippou’s bike veered powerfully astray from his track, his competitor Steve Woollat could only look back in amazement as the Greek flung himself onto his bike with cat-like agility.
All this happened at 320km/h while spectators at the Santa Pod Raceway in Bedfordshire, England gasped in amazement.
Papafilippou escaped with only a broken ankle.
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