Crash And Burn: This 8-Second Honda Pile-Drives The Barrier Before Doing A Barrel Roll And Landing On It’s Roof!


Crash And Burn: This 8-Second Honda Pile-Drives The Barrier Before Doing A Barrel Roll And Landing On It’s Roof!

At about 150 miles an hour, aerodynamic forces go from being an afterthought to being a concern for any automobile driver. Lift is a genuine concern, and any air that can get underneath a car can have an adverse effect on the driver…which is a really nice way of saying that the wheelman’s day has completely gone to hell in a hand basket with a bow wrapped around the handle. During the Import vs. Domestic World Cup Finals meet up at Maryland International Raceway, a pair of Hondas squared off and were on their way to solid runs when the right lane car got upset upon deployment of the parachute. The tail got dragged towards the center of the track, the nose went to the wall and the result speaks for itself. The driver is reported to be fine, but the Honda is another story altogether.


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