Lets face it, dirt track racing is dangerous in general. Every class that pulls on to the track has the potential to produce great racing, and sometimes even scary crashes. A good example of this is the Non-wing sprint cars that are wildly popular throughout the united states.
Non-wing sprint cars always put on a great show and their drivers always push their machines to the edge of their capabilities to get to the front. When these open-wheel racing machines touch wheels anything can happen and usually does. This was certainly the case in 2006 when the O’Reilly Sprint Bandits showed up for the $30,000 to win Ultimate Challenge at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa. The action was all caught on video as Kent Christian #1c touches wheels with Critter Malone #7 and goes for one of the wildest rides ever in a non-wing sprint car.