When a Ferrari goes up in smoke, you might get a lick of flame, a bad smell, and that's about it for the first twenty minutes. When a fully-fueled race car goes up in flames, it's like Satan himself is fighting his way out from under the hood. And a Viper at Sebring just went up like that.
Michael Stofflet recently came face to face with every racing driver's nightmare. His Dirt Modified car rolled over after a crash, pinning him inside. Then came the fuel leak. Then came the flames.