NASCAR Fights, Finishes, and Follies
yes it is true. this movie is all about NASCAR's fights, finishes, and follies with some sound effects in between. You will prob laugh and cry. maybe even cry laughing. enjoy perhaps the best NASCAR comp i have made so far
Horrible Crashes: Racecars Splitting in Half (Stock-Car, Touringcar and Truck Edition)
*One fatal crash included, accident behind the scene* (First clip)
Note: I forgot to use Mike Harmons crash at Bristol in 2002.
A compilation featuring some of the most violent crashes of all time: Metalcrunching accidents that caused race cars to split in half.
All of the drivers in this video survived their accidents.
Clips in order of their appearance:
Joe Frasson, NASCAR @ Daytona 1979 (Qualifier)
Note: Don Williams died after 10 years in coma when his car hit the wall nearly head on at full speed, but that was not covered by the TV cameras.
Michael Waltrip, NASCAR @ Bristol 1990
Jeremy Dale (Blue car) and Fabrizio Barbazza (Yellow car that split in half), IMSA @ Road Atlanta 1995
Injuries: Both of the drivers suffered injuries that would proof to be career-ending.
Jack Bland, Late Models @ Hagerstown Speedway 1996
Injuries: Broken leg
Steve Grissom, NASCAR @ Atlanta 1997
Injuries: Broken ankle
Geoff Bodine, NASCAR Truck Series @ Daytona 2000
Injuries: He broke his right wrist, right cheekbone, a vertebra in his back, his right ankle, and also suffered a concussion. Nine fans were also injured in the accident.
Bruno Junqueira and Diumar Bueno (Who's truck split in half), Formula Truck @ Sao Paulo 2010
Giorgio Bartocci, Trofeo Lamborghini @ Brno 2010
Injuries: Broken ribs, a broken leg and second-degree burns over 40% of his body
Note: This crash was a total disaster for the firefighters on the track.
Giorgio was trapped inside his burning Lamborghini for almost a minute before one of his crew members who did not wear a fireproof suit and got his face burned could pull him out.
Giorgio is still recovering from his injuries.
British Stock Car Racing Crashes
A compilation of crashes from the world of stock car racing in the UK. These clips are from the Crimond events and Cowdenbeaths Racewall events.
NR 2003 w/Live race audio
I made this movie using nr 2003 and real audio from the fox broadcast's. It took a long time to find all the audio and sync it up with the video. Let me know what you think.
NASCAR Crashes, Wrecks, Blowovers, Flips 3 - NR2003
NASCAR Crashes, Wrecks, Blowovers, Flips 3. My 3rd NR2003 Crash Compilation ever. NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series, NASCAR Winston Cup 1993, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, GN70mod, NASCAR Cup 2004
This is by far my best compilation I think (best quality, effects etc.). I didn't liked the 2nd one though. Tell me what you think. Rate, comment and subscribe.
NASCAR All Star Race 2009
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Tony Stewart won his first race as a team owner Saturday night, breaking through for a $1 million payday with a victory in the annual All-Star race.
Stewart passed Matt Kenseth with two laps to go of a thrilling final 10-lap shootout to win his first All-Star event in 11 previous starts. It was the first victory since he left Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of last year, after two championships and 10 successful seasons, to become co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing.
In just six months, Smoke has turned his new toy into a championship contender. It was the first win for the organization, which was known as Haas CNC Racing for its first seven seasons.
The win at Lowe's Motor Speedway was in front of co-owner Gene Haas, who was at the track for the first time since the completion of a 16-month federal prison term for tax fraud.
"Man, he's not going to miss a week now," Stewart said. "He gets here and we win a race."
Stewart became the second driver/owner to win the All-Star race, joining Geoff Bodine, who won in 1994.
His crew urged him to the climb the fence in celebration — a tradition he started several years ago — but the driver who turns 38 next week declined.
His crew climbed for him.
Kenseth finished second and was followed by Kurt Busch, Denny Hamlin and Carl Edwards.
The format of the Sprint-sponsored event was once again changed, this time to cut the 100-lap race into four segments that culminated with a 10-lap sprint to the finish. It was a nod to races past, which had a history of dramatic dash-for-the-cash finishes.
It didn't disappoint.