Cars: A hell of an accident

We’ve heard that some watch NASCAR races just for the accidents. Well here’s one to watch – Michael McDowell’s accident at the Texas Qualifying last Friday.

This is probably one of the worst NASCAR accidents we’ve seen ever, 185 – 190 miles on impact, flying through the air and then rolling across the track for a few hundred yards. The car looks like it went through the shredder and then – the guy just walks away.


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