Back in March, Pro Mod racer John Hall suffered a massive wreck during the NMRA race in Bradenton, Florida. Hall was there testing his nitrous Camaro in preparation for the then upcoming ADRL season opener in Houston, Texas. As you’ll see in this video, the car launches and covers the eighth-mile in 3.99 seconds and then things go wrong.
The car tries to swap lanes and Hall horse wrangles it valiantly until it finally turns 90-degrees, gets air under the tires and center punches the wall in horrifying fashion. The score board reports that the car crossed the finish line, sideways, at 150mph. Hall really worked to save the car and had it not caught the air and turned up on two wheels, he had a fighting chance at it.
This video was recently released by the NMCA and we were tipped off to it by Mike Galimi. Hall was taken to the hospital for observation after the crash, but suffered no serious or permanent injuries that we know of.
This is one intense wreck and we are glad to know that he is OK.