Jet Kenworth burns down billboard at Summit Raceway Park
Bob Motz uses his jet-powered Kenworth to burn down the billboard at the Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk Ohio. Part of the annual "Night Under Fire" drag races. Billboard burning starts around the 2:47 mark. The flames really looked like that in person - it was surreal.
"Big Rig Video, Custom Truck Show, Jet Semi Truck, Kenworth RACING
Jet powered Semi Big Rig Custom truck Show explodes with fire balls blasting the night. What an exciting performance you have to see this to believe it. Bob Motz at Orlando Speed World 200 miles per hour 8,000 pounds of Kenworth Truck Drag Racing Jet down the track in an instant. You can almost feel the blast. Big Rig video's, http://www.blingmaster.com BlingMaster Polish
Bob Motz Kenworth in Flames - Part One
F-4 Phantom Fighter jet plane engine on a semi truck. The event took place on June 24th, 2007, at the Kanawha Valley Motorsports park. This thing packs 20,000 horsepower and will go in excess of 200 mph. As the truck edges up to the start, something breaks and jet fuel spills. Moments later the whole thing erupts in flames. This is the video that I shot with my camera. To my knowledge, the driver (Bob Motz), his son, and 2 track workers were seriously burned and taken to area hospitals in helicopters. No one was killed in this accident.
2011 Night of Fire Bob Motz Jet Kenworth Finale King of Quake Nostalgia Drag Racing Videos
Night of Fire Lebanon Valley Dragway Jet Cars Drag Racing Drag Strip Riot Nostalgia Videos Bob Motz Kenworth Truck August 5, 2011 -Night of Fire at Lebanon Valley Dragway. First round action featuring Bob Motz in his jet Kenworth. Team Steam Jet Trains - Cannonball Express driven by K.C. Jones, Chattanooga Choo-Choo driven by Paul Kelly. Also featuring Chris Massarella in the Total Insanity Chevy Monza; Jon Wall in the Quickie Too Chevy Monza; Keith Davidson in the Bits and Pieces Oldsmobile; and Scott Ringwood in the Mascot Racing Corvette; and Al and Rich Hanna's jet funny cars. Nostalgia Drag Racing and Nitromethane