Santa Pod Raceway All Time Crashes Part 1

A Selection of crashes from Santa Pod Raceway in Northamptonshire. This Drag Racing video includes Top Fuel Dragsters, Funny Cars, Pro Stock Cars, Fuel Altereds, Honda Civics, Nissan Skylines and it includes fires, explosions, accidents, wheels falling off, fails and more. Thankfully no one was seriously hurt in any of these clips. We know we have missed loads and there are more to come, keep an eye out for part 2 coming soon... Well done to all of the videographers that captured the clips in this video.

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Thrills & Spills at Santa Pod Raceway
A compilation of some of the most recent Thrills & Spills that have taken place at Santa Pod Raceway, England. From Top Fuel blow-outs, high speed crashes, incredible races, flame burnouts and more. Visit the website at - www.SantaPod.co.uk Facebook - www.facebook.com/SantaPodRaceway Twitter - www.twitter.com/SantaPodRaceway Instagram - www.instagram.com/SantaPodRaceway Music used: "Koke Núñez Gómez - The Titans"





Santa Pod Main event 2011. Engine explosion and car fire
These cars are highly strung machines...... this is what can happen....... the driver walked away.





INSANE CRASHES, WHEELSTANDS, & SAVES - Carnage Fest 2016
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Doug Foley Top Fuel Crash 2006
IHRA Canadian Nationals in September in Toronto. Foley's car went into a wheelstand, then lost traction when he pedaled it and the front came down. The car then turned sideways, crossing the centerline at the 330-foot marker. He managed to get the car pointed down the track, but the rear slammed into the left wall hard, breaking the chassis just ahead of the driver's foot box. Both pieces slid back across the track together and there was a big fireball when the fuel tank hit the wall. The nose of the car came to rest on the centerline, near the finish line, while the heavier engine and driver capsule slid along the wall, coming to a stop about 300 feet past the finish line.




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