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Russian BMW Reportedly Picked Up Morley And McConville After Deadly Gumball 3000 Hit-And-Run

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According to two sources familiar with the cross-Europe road rally, the car that picked up Nick Morley and Matthew McConville after the deadly hit-and-run incident we've been reporting on today was allegedly described as a Gumball BMW with Russian plates. That means it's more than likely the #19 Russian BMW...anyone know who was piloting it? We've got a picture of the car below the jump taken from the start of the race. Still no word from the race organizers.

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[Hat tip to ZeroSignal!]
[Thanks to GTSpirit for the BMW picture!]
[Thanks to Richard Blakeley on the top graphic!]

Related:
Gumball 3000 Race Organizers Attempting To Cover Up Hit-And-Run; Gumballers Nick Morley And Matthew McConville Arrested After Hit-And-Run Fatality [internal]

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This is the danger when sponsors get involved with rallies such as this. It is a shame but just an accident. Probably more accidents on the m25. As for sponsors pulling the plug, cowards. The two driving the car should have our support and wishes not damnation. The gumball is still cool and if given the chance would race it. As for all you armchair experts, get a life, it is a race and people get hurt in races. He was 67 years of age and i know it is a shame, but put it into perspective.