Russian Mazda 3 Driver Uses Another Car as Ramp

It seems that random cars in traffic can really be used as ramps, to flip other cars. It happened once (twice, actually), and now it has happened again, but this time both cars were moving. The driver of the Mazda3 is clearly speeding on the left-most lane of the road, as a driver up ahead makes a left turn, blocking his path.
The Mazda slams into the other car, and it gets launched into the air, it then flips and ends up on its roof. This type of incident is apparently more frequent than we thought, being the third one we’ve posted in a short time frame. It seems that if the angle is right, any car can act like a makeshift ramp.

It just goes to show what improper driving in town can lead to. The Mazda3 driver had no business being in that particular lane, at that speed, without leaving a bit of room to maneuver.
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