NHRA driver, Matt Hagan, took his talents to the NBC 24 parking lot Tuesday to race Will Kunkel in a drag race. The event did not go well for Kunkel.
The sports anchor decided to turn his car at the start (it's a straight track) and slammed into a parked car. Meanwhile, Hagan didn't exactly break the sound barrier but did win.
The remote control cars seen in the video can get up to more than 100 mph. However, on Sunday, during the race, Hagan will be hitting speeds of more than 300 mph.