Strap into a race car of any type and you have officially accepted 100% of any and all risk that comes with operating it. It doesn’t matter what type of racing you do. A five horsepower early automobile can do some grievous bodily harm if the situation goes south. Road course drivers risk contacts with the wall, rally drivers should be prepared for an impromptu trip over the hills and through a couple of trees, and NASCAR…well, there’s a reason why half of the car is a roll cage. Mud drag racers are no different…when the car is unhappy, so is the driver, and by that account, this bigger was having one seriously bad day. From the first hit of the throttle, you can tell that something isn’t happy in the engine bay…it bogs a little, then comes alive and the entire chassis proceeds to rattle the ever-loving hell out of the driver. Watch the slow motion part of the film…her helmet is pinging off of the driver’s cage like a manic pinball. Luckily, she escaped relatively unharmed and will return to racing soon…once her eyeballs re-focus into one field of view sometime next week.