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'Idiotic' driver caught speeding up in WET conditions to play a dangerous game of chicken with a truck

  • Footage showing the moment a driver plays chicken with a truck was shared
  • In the clip the driver of a Holden Colorado pulls ahead of the truck in the wet
  • The motorist in the Colorado is seen racing along side the truck to get in front
  • The Colorado driver speeds up to nip ahead of the truck as the rain falls

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Footage showing the moment an idiotic driver plays chicken with a truck in wet conditions has been captured on a dashcam.

In the clip uploaded to YouTube[2] the driver of a Holden Colorado is seen emerging in the vision recorded by the truck on the left side of the road on Sydney’s M2 Motorway.

As two lanes merge into one, the motorist in the Colorado is seen speeding up to get ahead of the truck in the dominant lane.

Footage showing the moment a driver plays chicken with a truck was shared to YouTube

'Idiotic' driver caught speeding up in WET conditions to play a dangerous game of chicken with a truck

In the clip the driver of a Holden Colorado pulls ahead of the truck in the wet

The lane narrows and the Colorado driver quickly speeds ahead to nip ahead of the truck, barely making it in front as the rain falls.

With more than 900 views since the footage was uploaded by 2GB on Tuesday, the video shows the risks of merging too abruptly.

‘This truck was travelling east on Sydney’s M2 motorway when a white Colorado decided to play a very dangerous game of chicken,’ the caption on the video read.

After the driver of the Colorado has pulled ahead,

'Idiotic' driver caught speeding up in WET conditions to play a dangerous game of chicken with a truck

The motorist in the Colorado is seen racing along side the truck to get in front

'Idiotic' driver caught speeding up in WET conditions to play a dangerous game of chicken with a truck

The Colorado driver speeds ahead to nip ahead of the truck as the rain falls

References

  1. ^ e-mail (www.dailymail.co.uk)
  2. ^ YouTube (www.dailymail.co.uk)



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