He’s Lucky to have SURVIVED! (Race Week Day 6)



Here’s another gut-wrenching example of why proper safety equipment should be your FIRST priority when you’re building a race car. We were SHOCKED to …

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20 thoughts on “He’s Lucky to have SURVIVED! (Race Week Day 6)

  1. HOPE HOME BOY IN DA 32 SUSTAINED LESS WRECKAGE THAN I DID IM A TOTAL LOSS START OVER FROM SCRATCH REMEMBER MY MISTAKES AND CAPITALIZE OF THE KNOWLEDGE YOU BANKED ON YER DATA SHEETT YUES SIRE4E BOB GOT THAT WE GONE BYE BYE!

  2. thats how i feel after a day with baby mama all tossed up fliped over and over and left broke in a wreckage of my sanity !!!,,……….i thinmk! ……… NO IM KNOWING!!!! I FEEL THAT SHYT~!

  3. I'm glad he was okay. Cage seemed to save him. Belts weren't tight (common mistake). You wouldn't catch me running on a strip without concrete guardrails. That would have kept him from most of it. Like Drag Week, I'd love to see these turbo guys cut a light. Good video.

  4. I’m literally debating do I want to put a roll bar in every vehicle I own these fucking things work so well😂 Prius With a roll cage🤣can’t go wrong😭😭

  5. I think their isent a piece that isent destroyed on the a sade such a sick car twin torbo a thats the problem its to fast id put that motor and whats left of the guts in a 40 willies coop

  6. Good thing the chute wasn't on a rocket. Like the amateur dude who did the same thing in his rocket and then when he was at max altitude he didn't have a chute and when down like a rocket and bam. He went out doing what he loved.

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