Driver loses control and ends up flying into a fence.

Stadium Super Trucks driver Pat O'Keefe walked away from a pretty nasty crash during last weekend's race in Long Beach, California.

As you can see in the video, O'Keefe hit a ramp and had a hard landing which made him loose control of the vehicle. Things only got worse from there as the truck was approaching another ramp but this time going sideways. O'Keefe had little choice but to go forward with the second jump which sent him flying into a fence and "violently" rolling over a handful of times. O'Keefe was checked out by safety crews and walked away from the crash as he waved to cheering fans.

For those unfamiliar with Stadium Super Trucks, it's a high-adrenaline racing series which features specially designed trucks that produce 600 horsepower and can hit speeds upwards of 130 miles per hour. This doesn't sound too uncommon in the world of racing but the trucks are designed to jump ramps that are set up in strategic locations throughout each course. The ramps cause the trucks to fly up to 20 feet in the air and hundreds of feet down the course.

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