Leah Pruett NHRA Top Fuel Crash At Midwest Nationals 2020 – Don Schumacher Racing



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11 thoughts on “Leah Pruett NHRA Top Fuel Crash At Midwest Nationals 2020 – Don Schumacher Racing

  1. I am also extremely glad that no tubing GOT (not guy, lol, sorry) into the cockpit…or at least not any that had any significance (to those that know what I'm getting at)

  2. As wild as this video is, the only thing I think of when I watch it is how that dragstrip used to run the opposite direction decades ago, from the north to south, not S to N like it is now. Ahhh, for the good ole days.

  3. I still didn't see the front end coming down? Looks like these are coming apart where the breakaway is for the cockpit. If they make it stronger then it won't separate in a crash. Just a case of too much power! May be time to design a new dragster.

  4. This has happened a few times with DSR AA/FD's. I TRUST they're ck'ing the # of runs ea. of the other chassis's had before breaking and comparing that to Leah's. Something doesn't appear to be right, but I'm just a big mouth fan.

  5. It is a miracle Leah walked away from that one! Research and development in safety over the years saved her life. Shout out to those guys who do that in the NHRA!

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