Terrifying CCTV footage shows the moment a teenage motorcyclist and a car collide.

The biker, 18-year-old Daniel Wright, fortunately suffered minor injuries in the incident, which happened on Holloway Lane, Sipson, on November 19 2013.

He slid into the opposite side of the road in the collision, and luckily there was no oncoming traffic.

The driver left the scene before the police arrived, and Mr Wright and his uncle, Lee Batley, are now circulating shocking footage in the hope that someone will recognise the car and its occupants, and give them up to police.

Mr Batley told the Uxbridge Gazette: "The video sends shivers down my spine every time I watch it. Daniel could have been killed. He was in shock and in pain, and the man came over and started having a go at him. We will exhaust every avenue to find this person. You can't see the car registration, but the video is still quite clear and hopefully someone will recognise it."

In the five-and-a-half minute video, the dark blue car is seen pulling out of the Ansell Garden Centre slip road and waiting at the junction, indicating to go right on Holloway Lane.

The drivers edges into the road before suddenly braking as Daniel, coming from the right, clips the bonnet and goes down. Daniel quickly gets up, and the driver reverses back into the slip road before getting out of the car with another man.

Words are exchanged before the pair return to the car and assess the damage, and drive off.

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Daniel, a computer engineer who lives in Stanwell and was on his way back from work when the accident happened, told the Gazette: "The first thing he said to me was that I had damaged his car. I told him that the police could decide what happened. He said he was going to grab a pen and paper, but then he just drove off. I really didn't expect that."

The driver of the Mondeo headed towards Hayes town. Police inquiries continue.

Anyone with information about this incident can call police on 101, quoting ref CAD6266/19NOV. Or you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.