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eBay men take up 'evacuation challenge'

eBay Motors trio Colin Turkington, Rob Collard and Nick Foster take up the challenge of seeing who can get out of their BTCC BMW the quickest...
Part of the regulations in the BTCC state that drivers should be able to get out of their cars within a certain period of time in the event of an incident on track.

As such, each driver gets timed by TOCA to see how quickly they can get out from behind the wheel, although eBay Motors elected to turn the test into a bit of fun as part of its latest 'driver challenge'.

But who was quickest out of Colin Turkington, Rob Collard and Nick Foster when they went up against the clock?



To be fair to the eBay trio, they were a bit more successful than Rob Austin when he was filmed getting out of his Audi back in 2011...





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