Huge Fireball Engulfs Entire Camaro and Almost Causes Huge Crash!
The safety industry, when it comes to racing, is a big dollar deal. There is a reason ...
The safety industry, when it comes to racing, is a big dollar deal. There is a reason why racers will shovel out thousands upon thousands of dollars on all the equipment necessary to make their cars safer in competition and the same reasons apply to why these vehicles are required to go through such strict safety standards by the organizing body behind the events. It’s all because, when you’re out there on the track, pushing machines that hard and making parts go to the absolute limit, you never know what could sneak up on you and bite you. By the time you figure out what’s going on and have a chance to react to it, most of the time, it’s too late and that’s where this safety gear all comes into play and when it does its job, you’ll be incredibly thankful to have it onboard.
This time, we check out a situation that has a Chevrolet Camaro rioting down the track, pushing that engine under the hood hard to try and take the world of no prep by storm and push the car to the front of the pack. However, as we see here when the Urban Hillbilly Action Videos cameras are rolling, the car simply wasn’t having it on this pass as the entire machine burst into a ball of flames! From there, it looks like some liquid may have been laid down, causing the car to get a little bit squirrley and slide all over the track, leaving the driver to do his best to to tame this wild beast, even considering the fact that his whole world was basically turned upside down with that explosion.
Check out the video down below as the driver goes for the parachute and nothing comes out, leaving him to manually calm this raging bull down to a standstill. As you can see from the photograph above, the fire retardant system managed to save this driver but the car looks like it’s going to have to undergo a little bit of surgery to be able to come back at full force. At the end of the day, this one most certainly went a lot better than it could have should a worst-case scenario had unfolded after the explosion.