Dirt track driver escapes fiery wreck, finishes fifth
While that might be scary in and of itself, the part that had us cringing was the stream of fluid that wound its way down from the top of the screen - gasoline. It didn't take much after flipping Stofflet's car over for the gas to ignite, leaving the 27-year-old strapped into the flaming racer.
Miraculously, not only did he get out of the burning car uninjured, but after some pit-lane repairs, he was back out for the feature race, finishing fifth. Check out the scary footage below.
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