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2017-01-18 11:28

THIS ISN'T GOING TO END WELL: This high-speed illegal race in China was destined for disaster. Image: YouTube

Charlen Raymond

Cape Town - If you're planning to recreate scenes from the 'Fast and the Furious' franchise, you'd better make sure your driving skills are up to scratch.

A video captures the moment two cars race through a tunnel. Their actions are reckless, senseless and downright irresponsible.

Not ending well

Filmed on a dashcam (apologies for the poor image quality), two cars race through a tunnel in China. The leading car, a gold BMW M4, charges through traffic; weaving through any space it can find.

A second vehicle follows closely behind. Things take a turn for the worst putting an abrupt end to this illegal race!

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Following the M4, the chasing driver decided to move from the left lane to the right albeit between two cars. The driver passes a white car to his right but upon approaching the black car in front, they soon realise that there is not enough space to complete this reckless move.

The driver moves to the right, possibly expecting the white car to slow down ultimately ending in a three-car crash.

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