How To Burn 200 Gallons of Jet Fuel

In perhaps the most bizarre Daytona 500 in history – (which finished after midnight, on the day after it was originally scheduled) – Juan Pablo Montoya demonstrated the quickest way to get rid of 200 gallons of jet fuel.

NASCAR does not run in the wet on oval tracks, and when it does rain, trucks with jet engines blow the water off the track.

This is what happens when the race cars meet the jet trucks.


And it’s not often Darrell Waltrip is left speechless.