New Zealand motor racing driver Scott Dixon has survived a spectacular crash at the Indianapolis 500.
Dixon, who started on pole, was running down the field when he hit another car that had lost control.
Dixon's car then somersaulted through the air and landed upside down on the railings.
Fortunately he walked away from the crash which happened after 50 of the 200 laps.
"It's tough, you know, I think when you make those decisions of which way to go... you know I was hoping that Jay [Howard] was going to stay against the wall but obviously with the impact it then started to turn down.
"But I'd already picked that way to go and there was nowhere else to try and avoid him so I'm glad he's okay too.
"It's just a wild ride, you just hold on and believe in the safety progress that we've had over the last many years."