Sky Sports F1 pundit Karun Chandhok made an incredible escape at the Goodwood Revival Festival after his car burst into flames.
Chandhok was competing in a race at the popular festival on Saturday afternoon before with little warning he was forced into evasive action as his car combusted as he was driving.
Racing in the Lavant Cup, a race featuring 1960s' Ferrari GTs, Chandhok was completing a turn before driving down a straight only for his car to let out a burst of flames, sending him into a spin.
The 39-year-old though supremely kept his cool to spin the car 360 degrees to avoid other racers, before calmly parking the car off circuit where he was thankfully able to escape unhurt, with the car also thankfully not continuing to fire as it came to a stop while still smoking.
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