The guy pulled his hand brake and then realized he couldnt stop in time. You can see in the video that he slams his brakes late and his hand brake was still up which gave the tires enough traction for his hand brake to kick in and lock up his rear wheels. I've tried this in a parking lot before when i was trying to pose as a drifter... lol. but ya, his hand brake was definately up when he slammed his actually brakes... the rider should have tried to swerve to the left side of the civic.... dangggggg i hope he's ok..
she might have been able to get out of it if she saw the car lock up early enough and swerved to the left. the car went completly into her lane at a pretty good angle towards her which means she would have had enough room in the left lane. It would have been a tight one but I think she could have done it. Either way, thats a pretty sticky situation. Glad she's ok tho.
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