• Jun 11, 2007
The vid embedded after the jump is an older one, dating back to Marcus Grönholm's days as WRC factory driver for Peugeot (he's with BP-Ford now). It's brief, but well worth your time, as it details the story of an in-car mishap involving a stone and co-driver Timo Rautiainen. The payoff comes at the end, when Grönholm explains in very simple language what happened, and then backs it up with a descriptive gesture just in case you didn't understand. Classic.

Note: Possibly NSFW for a little bit of language. Or because you'll laugh so hard that everyone'll walk over to see what you're watching.

[Source: Break.com]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      Autoblog: Masters of written lanuage [sic]
        • 7 Years Ago
        Oh boy. That's not embarrassing or anything... Fixed, obviously.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Vinny ..Thanks for the tip on the rally torrents.Well done mate.
      • 7 Years Ago
      If I recall correctly, it wasn't a rock that penetrated the cabin floor but a metal rod that is used to hold the tape fence to keep spectators back. Apparently, the organizer doesn't go back after each event and collect the rods so they fall onto the road!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hahhahhaa, it's even more hilarious (and NSFW) if you speak Finnish. Sounded VERY painful.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I can translate the things they say in finnish:

      -Ohhhhh.
      -What?
      -Ohhhhh.
      -What happened?
      -Something came through to my ass, oh fuck.
      -Does it really hurt?
      -A little.
      -What happened?
      -I don't know. Something came through the floor. Oh fuck
      -Do we have to stop.
      -No (say very painfully)