Even though watching a crash, or even a simple fall, is not something that can catch us by a surprise when it comes to bike championships, what happened to Taylor Mackenzie of the GBR Team during his sixth lap in the Snetterton BSB Race, is not something that we get to see very often. After successfully finishing five laps, something went terribly wrong with Taylor Mackenzie’s WD40 Kawasaki.
As he was riding, the bike`s engine got on fire, and he was forced to `eject` himself and finish the race prematurely, as his motorcycle was rapidly turning into a real fireball. Luckily, none of the other bikers were influenced by Taylor`s fall.
This unfortunate incident with the WD40 Kawasaki took place during the Snetterton BSB Race, about two weeks ago. And according to the information (and as we can see in the video), there was not any permanent damage to the rider. However, we cannot escape the feeling that this was very dangerous and it could have had much worse consequences.
Just take a look at the video below, and share your thoughts about it with us in the comment section below. And if you want to see other videos with some of the worst fiery motorcycle moments (including this one), according to motorcyclenews.com, go to this link.