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A 6-point roll bar, Snell rated helmets and G-FORCE 5-point harnesses helped this driver, Nacho Bernal, and his passenger survive a scary 195 mph crash in a Chevy Camaro at a runway.
This was no ordinary Camaro, however. In fact, this QMP Racing Engines LSX436 Twin Turbo Chevy Camaro, tuned by Cunningham Motorsports, boasted 1,800 horsepower. The result was that, just before the crash, the team hit 195 mph, setting the Camaro half-mile world record speed. Good thing too, because Bernal would have owed his daughter $20 if he hadn’t brought home a trophy.
Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to bring home the car, as the machine was destroyed in the rollover. Bernal says that, as he hit the brakes, the right front tire locked, sending the car into a wild ride that knocked his passenger unconscious, although he was ultimately OK.


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sadaf
07/31/2016 11:34am

very well

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08/01/2016 12:12pm

In this blog we saw the car which runs with the high speed and at last they collapsed. The advice is given to the people to drive the car at a normal speed. This results in that they save from the dangerous incidents and increase their life span.

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http://www.breedofspeed.org/1/post/2016/07/ride-along-as-a-1800-horsepower-camaro-flips-at-195-mph.html

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