Giant race track blow dryers

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Incredible 2013 Kyle Busch M&M'S NASCAR Wrap Time Lapse - How NASCAR cars are painted
Total Elapsed time: 1 hour and 40 min. See how Kyle Busch's 2013 NASCAR Toyota Camry got its colors! The M&M'S characters Red, Green, & Brown find their home on this fast Joe Gibbs Racing race car.

NASCAR Daytona 500 Jet Dryer Crash Fire HD
At lap 160 in the Daytona 500, with caution out due to another incident, Juan Pablo Montoya lost control of his #42 Target Chevy Impala and crashed into a jet dryer truck/trailer. The jet engine, carried on a trailer behind a pickup truck, and used to blow hot air for drying the track or clearing debris, started to leak 200 gallons of jet fuel. This, combined with diesel fuel leaking from the pickup, was subsequently ignited by heat and/or sparks from the crash. After about 2 1/2 hours, the cleanup was complete and the race resumed and was finished. Juan Pablo Montoya and the driver of the pickup pulling the jet dryer were both examined and released. No injuries were reported.

Tony Roper's Fatal Crash "Live"
Live footage of Tony Roper's fatal crash during the 2000 O'Reilly 400k. ________________________________________ Shortly after the start of the race, Roper was involved in a three-car crash. His truck collided with Steve Grissom's Dodge #43 and slammed into a concrete wall on the front stretch. Tony Roper sustained a severe neck injury that stopped the blood flow to his brain, and left him without any brain function. He was airlifted to the Dallas' Parkland Memorial Hospital and placed under intensive care. Several hours later the thirty-five-year-old driver succumbed to his injuries, at 10h55 on Saturday, 14 October 2000. R.I.P. Tony Roper

Stewart and Ambrose start wreck at 2013 Sprint Unlimited
An early wreck during the 2013 Sprint Unlimited race claims several drivers including Kyle Busch, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin and Mark Martin.