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This Drag Racer Walked Away From A 300 MPH Explosion

Thanks to modern safety advances, Top Fuel drag racing champion Antron Brown walked away from his car exploding at 300 miles per hour and crashing multiple times into concrete retaining barriers. Brown was certainly helped by his car’s cockpit canopy, an innovation introduced just this year. This crash occurred yesterday at the NHRA Winternationals in Pomona, California.
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