If you were up yesterday watching the 6 Hours of Fuji, you would have seen this dramatic moment unfold.

During the LMP2, car #26 G-Drive Racing bumped #47 KCMG during entry to a high-speed corner, sending the latter car flying into a guardrail and off the track. Oddly enough, #47 was assigned blame for the crash, as apparently he started braking 37 meters earlier than usual. Later, evidence surfaced that #26 was at full throttle when the collision happened. We’ll just have to wait for the final verdict. One thing is clear, Richard Bradley in car #47 was not having a good day.