It’s been almost a year since KP Racing crashed their utterly fast Chevrolet Camaro during a Texas Mile run, and a new footage of the 200 MPH crash surfaced the Internet.
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
The new side view shows the Camaro flying off the ground and gives a better perspective on the distance and actual speed the vehicle traveled with after driver Joe Huneycutt lost control.
As a reminder, KP Racing’s Chevy was rated at 2,800 HP and the fastest Camaro in the world with 263.2 mph (423.6 km.h) record on the Texas Mile. Fortunately enough, Joe Huneycutt survived the crash with only minor injuries.
The record-setting Camaro is currently being rebuilt and we’ll probably see it back in action soon.
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