THIS is the amazing moment a host of motorbike riders were involved in a massive pile-up when oil on the track caused them to all lose control.
The race at the Moto3 France Grand Prix at Le Mans had to be stopped and restarted because of the carnage.
Incredibly, the chaos occurred on just the second lap.
The drivers fall like dominoes in quick succession as their wheels lose grip on turn six.
One is actually clattered by an incoming motorbike before another victim behind him suffers the same fate.
Stewards worked frantically to clear the track and fortunately none of the riders were badly injured.
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Malaysia’s Adam Norrodin was the only one not to make it back for the restart.
Championship leader and eventual winner Joan Mir from Spain – who was hit by an incoming bike – was among those who went for a check-up with doctors.