The family of two young men have released footage of the last moments of two young men's lives as they sped to their deaths in Sussex last year.
Driver Kyle Careford, 20, and his friend Michael Owen, 21, died instantly when the red Renault Clio they were driving crashed into a church wall and overturned in Crowborough in the early hours of April 12.
Footage the men took themselves shows them speeding up to 90mph through the Sussex countryside.
The following footage has been released with support of the dead men's families but some people may find the images distressing.
The video, retrieved from Michael's phone and found under a tree at the crash scene the following morning, was shown at the inquest into their deaths in Hastings last week.
The men, from Royal Tunbridge Wells, had taken a cocktail of prescribed and illegal drugs.
Kyle did not have a licence and was uninsured to drive the car, owned by Michael.
The video shows the pair laughing, chatting and singing as Michael appears to be giving Kyle a driving lesson as they pass through Rotherfield.
Both men, who had been wearing seat belts, died instantly.
The coroner recorded a verdict of death by road traffic collision on both men.