We don't yet have a video of the crash itself, which is a shame - rollover accidents are rare. But the aftermath is cool too.
So we are apparently dealing with the 2016 models here, based on the design of the wheels and the fog lights. That means that under... on top of that hood is a 1.8-liter TSI turbo engine that's good for 192 PS.
The Polo clearly hit the wall on its right side, since the suspension is shot and there are dents all over.
The recovery process itself is also damaging the car, as they drop it back onto its suspension. We can't say for sure whether this is a write-off or not. But between the front shocks, arms, front fascia, roof and headlights, this Polo has seen better days.
If we add the cost of the re-paint and the potential for expensive chassis repairs, this could be a €10,000 fix. As you know, regular car insurance doesn't cover racing. So unless the owner covered himself for track use on his GTI, he might be crying right now.
Also, we need to consider that the barrier needs to be fixed, and the recovery team paid, which is probably another €1,500.
The amusing part of the video is at the 1:30 mark when one of the men in yellow jackets closes the right door. Even though the roof is bent to hell and there's a strap in the way, the door closes with a rewarding "thud" sound. The power of German engineering.