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Poland car rally spectators drag Fiat out of a ditch during race

  • Incident happened during this year’s Darvit Walimska spring rally in Poland
  • The Fiat speeds round the corner before ending up on its side in a ditch
  • A group of spectators run towards the car before pushing it on to the track again

A group of die-hard motorsport fans rallied together to help a car out of a ditch in the middle of a race.

In the clip, filmed during this year’s Darvit Walimska spring rally in Poland, the tiny Fiat vehicle can be seen speeding around a corner.

Unfortunately the car drifts and falls into a ditch before ending up on its side.

In the clip, filmed during this year’s Darvit Walimska spring rally in Poland, the tiny Fiat vehicle can be seen speeding around a corner before falling into a ditch

A group of spectators quickly run towards the car before turning it upright again

A group of spectators quickly run towards the car before turning it upright again

Spectators watching the race, who are just metres away, can be seen running on to the track and getting into the ditch alongside the car.

After a man gets out of the passenger seat the group struggle in the snow to push the car out of the ditch.

Once it is successfully out, it speeds off to cheering and laughing from the crowd.

The clip has racked up 110,000 views since it was posted to YouTube yesterday.

One commenter said: ‘The driver should buy all those guys a round of beers.’  

After a passenger gets out the group pull it back on to the track so it can keep competing in the race

After a passenger gets out the group pull it back on to the track so it can keep competing in the race

The car then speeds off, to loud screams and laughter from the crowd. The clip has racked up 110,000 views since it was posted to YouTube yesterday

The car then speeds off, to loud screams and laughter from the crowd. The clip has racked up 110,000 views since it was posted to YouTube yesterday



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