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Reigning Top Fuel champion Antron Brown walked away from a fiery crash in the NHRA Winternationals on Sunday during eliminations.

Brown's 300-mph dragster had just reached the finish line ahead of David Grubnic in the second round of final eliminations when the 8,000-horsepower engine on his car exploded.

The blast took out both rear tires and sent the car, which had burst into flames, careening into the left-side guard wall. The blazing car then continued to slide along the track before hitting the right-side guard wall and sliding into the safety sand trap, where the car finally came to a halt.

 



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NHRA Top Fuel Champion Antron Brown Survives This 300 MPH Crash At Season Opener

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