Kamui Kobayashi participated at an exhibition in Moscow where he had the misfortune of crashing a Formula 1 car.

Kamui Kobayashi participated at an exhibition in Moscow where he had the misfortune of crashing a Formula 1 car.

The car in question was a Ferrari F60 used in the 2009 Formula 1 season. It was heavily damaged after Kobayashi lost control of the Ferrari while attempting to perform a burnout on a wet track. He ended up crashing into a wall which caused serious damage to the F60, including the loss of a wheel.

Aged 26, Kamui Kobayashi debuted in Formula 1 in 2009 for Toyota and then switched to Sauber for the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons. He was replaced by Esteban Gutierrez for the 2013 season and is now participating in the FIA World Endurance Championship for AF Corse in the LMGTE-Pro class with a Ferrari 458 GT.

Here is the accident from another angle: 

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