Nicky Hayden was knocked off his bike while cycling on the Rimini coastline last week.
The former Moto GP champion was in a critical condition in a hospital in Cesena until Monday, when he was pronounced dead by the Cesena Bufalini hospital at 4.45pm.
The footage shows a huge dent and a smashed windscreen on the passenger side of a black Peugeot 207CC.
Police then arrive at the scene and are seen taking pictures of the footwell.
Discarded on the side of the road is the bike Hayden was riding when he was knocked off.
Police quickly blocked off the road and are visible directing traffic away from the crash site.
The hazard lights of the vehicle that hit Hayden off, meanwhile, are flashing.
Hayden was in Italy having raced in the World Superbike Championship last Sunday.
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Who was Nicky Hayden?
Hayden was a 35-year-old motorbike rider whose nickname was The Kentucky Kid.
His career high came in 2006 when he won his only MotoGP championship.
In the process he prevented Valentino Rossi from winning a sixth successive title.
Hayden was born in Owensboro in Kentucky and his talent was there for all to see early on.
At the age of just 17, he was racing factory Honda RC45 Sperbikes while still at school. It proved to be the first glimpse of his enormous talent.
He started his MotoGP career with Honda in 2003 immediately after winning the AMA Superbike championship. It was there, in his fourth year in 2006, that he won the title ahead of Valentino Rossi.
Hayden stayed for a couple more years before moving to Ducati in 2009 – and then back to Honda in 2014.
In 2016, he returned to the Superbike World Championship with the Ten Kate Racing-run Honda squad, now known as the Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team.
Nicky Hayden was a MotoGP legend
What happened to Nicky Hayden?
Hayden, 35, was cycling on the Rimini coastline in Italy last Wednesday. He was over there to race in the World Superbike championship on Sunday.
A road car crashed into his bicycle, knocking Hayden off and smashing the windscreen of the car in the process.
The Red Bull Honda rider received medical attention at the scene before being transferred to a nearby hospital for treatment.
It was that which sadly caused his death.