Drag Racing’s Wildest Wrecks and Closest Calls in 2020
When it comes to drag racing, human nature would dictate that several occurrences ...
When it comes to drag racing, human nature would dictate that several occurrences really do become the most interesting out of the whole production. Outside of a close or high dollar race, we really can’t help but keep our eyes glued to these situations. Included are those insane wheelies, death-defying saves, and gnarly crashes, God forbid that they happen.
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These are the situations that racers dread the most and nobody really wants to see happen. When they do, though, you can bet that everyone on the premises is going to have their attention at the ready. Everyone wants to see exactly how it all pans out as these moments can really take our breath away.
This time, we take a trip around the country to a couple of racing events that have plenty of these happenings. They’re all wrapped up in nice neat 13-minute package! Some of these events get rather intense as the drivers here are put in a situation where they’re forced to do whatever they can in order to make sure that their cars and bodies alike are going to end up going home in one piece as they put the fans on the edge of their seats. Luckily, it doesn’t look like any resulted in life-threatening injury.
This video really keeps the adrenaline pumping as it’s one “skin of your teeth” situation after another. The Door Slammers Drag Racing Channel is the one bringing us the intensity this time. These drivers are really wheeling their rear ends off out there! After getting the opportunity to zone in here, be sure to chime in with which situation grabbed you the most. Sometimes, when those drivers go up in a wheelie situation, just a couple of seconds can seem like an eternity. What comes next can be an all-out adrenaline rush. This is some of the most “on the edge of your seat” action in racing!
Just when we thought that the action took a pause in 2020, a video like this says otherwise!