A NASCAR Xfinity Series race in Daytona ended in dramatic style over the weekend after Myatt Snider's car went airborne in a huge crash.
On the last lap of the event, Snider slid sideways just behind the leading pack, causing him to hit the wall and fly into the air. As it flipped over, the back of the car then struck the catchfence.
This impact destroyed both the front and rear of the car, as well as ejecting the engine. After landing on the tarmac, the vehicle came to a fiery halt.
Fortunately, Snider was seen walking away from the crash, and he later wrote on Twitter: "Where do I start? I'm thankful my @TaxSlayer guys built a fast, safe Camaro. We were up there!
"Thankful the man upstairs kept me safe. I prayed for it with 5 to go. He knew"
Snider claimed that his door and the seat were the only parts of the car not to be hit, and vowed to be back at the next race in Fontana in one week's time.
Watch the incident below...
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