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Racerpigen Christina Nielsen is cool.

She had to be in this weekend’s big sportsvognsløb the Daytona 24 hours leave a burning Lamborghini Huracan in a certain speed.

Shortly before she had coolly parked the milliondyre sports car on the inner circle.

Although there was a fire in the car, drove she, through an act of harassment and had crossed the field with the competitors, who are able to clearly see the flames, but not even thinking to slow down.

– It was a little dark to the last, wrote Christina Nielsen on Facebook.

She did not at all.

When Christina Nielsen left the burning car, rolled the smoke out, so it was up above.

– It had been a little scary, but also sad, sounded her parched comment on Facebook.

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the Fire originated, according to various reports from the race, due to a fault in the electrical system.

After the rapid exit from the race was Christina Nielsen as the rules provides for passing the track hospital for a quick medical checkup.

it had a Lamborghini with four female drivers, Katherine Legge, united kingdom, Rahel Frey, Switzerland, Tabiana Calderon, of Columbia and Christina Nielsen kept a long time in the pit because of other problems.

So it was subsequently only to come back and complete the 24 hour race.

the Car came only half-way in a race that was won by a Cadillac among others, the former Formula 1 driver Kamui Kobayashi behind the wheel.

in Addition to Christina Nielsen was also VM 1’eren Nicki Thiim to start in an Aston Martin in the small of the GT Daytona class, but the car was retired as the first, after that, the briton Ian James had been involved in a collision.

David Heinemeier Hansson completed however, but finished just outside the podium as number four in the LMP 2 class.

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