Nascar crash compilation Volume 1
I Greattly respect the owner/s of the sountracks and take no credits for
all comments about nascar sucks F1 is much better and bla bla bla. WILL be
and those hate mails about rednecks suck! not true... Rednecks ROCK!
They're the only one who like NASCAR. so all of you yanls go home, and
watch the crappy open wheels, cars who get destroyed by a small touch, just
some bad engineering!
THIS IS NOT MY VIDEO. AND I'LL NOT TAKE ANY CREDITS FOR IT.
10 min of Total nascar crashes
non fatal crash
#1. Kenny wayne sheppard - Alive
#2. Foghat - Slow Ride
#3. Edgar Winter - Come On And Take A Free Ride
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vote, while they had nice things to say.
so they who voted bad, burn in hell.
This video was posted on Crashin.nu a long time ago, so it's not a big
´chance to get it in High Quality
How stubid people are.
"Nascar/F1 are both shite. Its best if they all die. its more fun. Now
delete my comment."
Underground Racing Lamborghinis - Texas Mile - October 2010
These are 2 of the Lamborghinis from Underground Racing at the Texas Mile
in October 2010. There was another orange one but it was destroyed in a
wreck Saturday morning. These cars were running between 230mph and 240mph.
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2011 Ricky Carmichael HARD CRASH 'NCWTS' at the Lucas Oil 200 in Dover DE.
Ricky Carmichael gets loose and over corrects head on into the wall at the
Lucas Oil 200 at Dover May 13, 2011
ALL credit goes to NASCAR.com and the cameramen who shot these amazing
pictures. I am not glorifying crashing in any way just posting for
educational purposes on how to not over correct and cause mayhem.
Terrifying NASCAR Wreck at Talladega (Official) [HD]
Talladega delivers another vicious wreck, pitting driver safety vs. fans'
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- If you or I had been involved in a wreck like the one
that claimed the cars of Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
and more than two dozen other NASCAR drivers on Sunday afternoon, we'd curl
up in a fetal position at the thought of going near a car ever again. This
was the kind of high-speed, full-throttle, nowhere-to-hide carnage that
allows real life to edge its way into your sporting Sunday, forcing you to
think, just for a second, that something really bad might just have
Fortunately for all concerned, the catastrophic wreck on the last lap of
the Good Sam 500 destroyed only acres of sheet metal (and the championship
hopes of several drivers). The maelstrom that unfolded behind winner Matt
Kenseth was terrifying to observe, yes, but ultimately nothing more than
one hell of a show.
In short, it was the perfect NASCAR wreck.
Tony Stewart (14) flips over a host of cars on the final lap at Talladega.
Of course, you'll forgive the drivers if they're not quite as thrilled
about all this. As they climbed from their cars, in various states of
agitation and disbelief, they expressed a common sentiment: This isn't how
racing should be.
With his car in neon-green shards just a few feet away, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
looked visibly shaken as he sat on the back bumper of his car hauler
talking with crew chief Steve Letarte. When he did speak to the media, he
left no doubt about his feelings on a track where he's had more success
than any other: "It's not safe wrecking like that," he said. "It's
ridiculous, man. It's bloodthirsty if that's what people want."
Earnhardt even went so far as to say if he had his way, he wouldn't run the
restrictor-plate races at Daytona and Talladega next year. "If this was how
we raced every week," he said, "I'd find another job."
Here's the question, though: Do NASCAR fans want danger, or just the
illusion of danger? Real danger, taking chances and overextending your
equipment, is what leads to serious injuries and worse. The illusion of
danger? It's a performance, and everyone knows it.
[Related: Keselowski escapes unscathed]
Jeff Gordon, despite having the good fortune of darting through the
wreckage to notch a second-place finish, has few fond thoughts for
Talladega: "I don't like coming here," he said after the race. "I don't
like the type of racing that I have to do. But if I'm a fan, I would love
that. I think it is incredibly intense. It's wild, it's crazy."
The problem that NASCAR faces is that two of its crown jewels, the
restrictor-plate races at Daytona and Talladega, are the races at which the
interests of the fans and the interests of the drivers diverge. NASCAR does
hold all the cards here -- it's not like a driver can refuse to drive these
races -- but how does it manage the interests of two of its most important
"I know that these are NASCAR's marquee races, the high banks of Daytona
and Talladega," winning team owner Jack Roush said after the race. "I just
figure the car's a writeoff when I load it up to bring it to one of these
In the end, showmanship be damned: The drivers are just happy to put the
Alabama foothills in their rear-view mirror. "It's good to get [Talladega]
all over with and go on to real race tracks, where we can control our
destiny and fast cars matter," Denny Hamlin said as the sound of hammers
and saws on sheet metal echoed throughout the Talladega garage. "Just
listen around you. It's a junkyard."
Brad Keselowski, who remains the points leader, put it even more directly:
"I just feel lucky to survive Talladega."
Just a guess: that won't be going into next year's marketing campaign.
Terrifying wreck tarnishes NASCAR race
A catastrophic pileup at Talladega Superspeedway has drivers feeling lucky
to survive. Unreal video terrifying nascar wreck
2011 Daytona 500 Largest Crash Nascar- 17-car pileup
Big one crash Daytona 500 2011
Contact between Michael Waltrip and David Reutimann leads to a 17-car
pileup, taking out major contenders.
The Largest Crash at Daytona 500 (20.02.2011)
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