This year, we got seats, and it was a good thing too. Without them, we would have missed an amazing crash or two or three. In the second Star Mazda race of the weekend, Connor De Phillippi not only took the pole, but also went on to take a clean win. In the midst of it all, some wheel to wheel contact seemed to happen, causing Ryan Tveter’s #33 car to do an amazing barrel roll right in front of us, that he fortunately walked away from.
Before the race, we got to hear one of the Star Mazda’s ‘Zoom-Zooming’ in the paddock.
We got back to our seats just in time to catch the start of the race from turn 1.
Everything seemed to be going smoothly, when all of a sudden this happened…
From a higher vantage point, posted by ExoticSupercars, you see that the top of the car incredibly never actually hit the ground:
From there it was a lot of clean up.
Stick around, there’s much more coverage to come.