What you see in the photo above is what’s left of an F-Body Chevrolet Camaro with 2,800 horsepower that could move as fast as 263.2 miles per hour, and is what many people consider to be the fastest Camaro in the world. But after the latest Texas Mile, it’s clear that owner Kelly Bise driver Joey Huneycutt will have to start over.
Yes, Huneycutt survived the wreck. He was airlifted to a nearby hospital where he is being treated for minor injuries. As of now, there’s no published footage of the crash, but eye witnesses claim that the car lost control towards the end of the run, where it proceeded to flip, toss, turn, and burn. But thanks to top-shelf safety equipment, Huneycutt will live to race another day.
More photos of the accident can be found here: