NHRA Arizona Nationals: Brittany Force returns to track after scary accident
As with countless champion drivers before her, Brittany Force has learned a memory lapse can be a racer's best friend.
Twelve days after a fiery, almost 150 mph, 180 G-load crash that put her in a hospital with a concussion and bruised lungs and back but no major internal injuries, the NHRA Top Fuel winner and daughter of 16-time Funny Car champion John Force still doesn't recall the wreck during her first-round run in the season-opener in Pomona, Calif. She was back on track Friday, however, qualifying her 11,000 horsepower Monster energy dragster 13th for the Arizona Nationals at Wild... read more
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