Police say Bullrun drivers racing ahead of crash

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Drivers in this morning's Bullrun Rally crash were racing according to a police report from the Florida Highway Patrol, which also identifies 30-year-old Greg Roselli as the driver of the Audi R8 that wrecked.

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According to the report, a group of approximately 15 cars involved in the last day of the Bullrun Rally were driving along the Florida Turnpike (SR 91) at such a high rate of speed that troopers were called to the scene.

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Troopers were responding to the calls when the Audi R8 being driven by Roselli lost the right, rear tire of his vehicle causing him to lose control, strike a barrier, and then hit the rear of a Honda being driven by a woman who was not participating in the rally. Debris from the accident hit other vehicles, possibly including one of rapper/actor Ice-T's entries, although there are conflicting reports.

Mr. Roselli was arrested at the scene and charged with reckless driving and racing on a public highway. According to what appears to be his Facebook page, he has a method for dealing with such sorrowful moments:

"When I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True Story."

Here's a big opportunity to be awesome, then.

Photo Credit: Klutch22.

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markmorel
SilverBulletBoxer

"hit the rear of woman in a Honda"

Assuming there is an "a" added into that statement, we're still dealing with a misplaced modifier. "hit the rear of a woman in a Honda" implies that the woman's rear was hit, not the Honda.

I'm not sure I know of anyone who would take a light spanking from an R8.

#corrections