Fernando Alonso kills two birds during IMS test
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you've ever wondered what would happen to a bird if it got hit by an IndyCar going full speed, wonder no more.
In his first ever test run at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in advance of the Indianapolis 500, F1-star driver Fernando Alonso struck and killed two birds.
Yep. That actually happened.
And it was caught in slow-mo.
It's tough to describe exactly what unfolded. Watch below.
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