The driver was flooring it the whole time. Its the the angle of the camera that makes it look like were not going as fast.
What happens when you over compress your bushings and not having 2 hands on the rope.
The Search for 100mph continues.
Madison high school wrestler Michael McComish was bloodied and knocked to the mat Friday night, but not by another wrestler.
The senior was hit by a spotlight that crashed down on him from the ceiling area in the Madison Middle School during a special wrestling event. The spotlight was used for the school's annual wrestling meet billed "Madison Square Garden."
The spotlight fell onto the back of McComish, who was in a referee's position with his hands and knees on the center of the mat. just before the Chamberlain High School wrestler prepared to take the top position. A YouTube video of the incident shows the light falling onto McComish, and others around him scrambling to lift it off him. It also shows McComish receiving treatment to his head.
McComish, a senior, received stitches after the accident that happened about 50 seconds into his match.
McComish told The Daily Leader of Madison on Monday afternoon that he had 15 to 20 stitches on his forehead and the back of his head. He said the rope on the lighting fixture broke and he heard the chains rattle, then thought, "What the heck happened?"
His mother, Heather Bergheim, said her son has been a devoted wrestler since sixth grade and had to miss wrestling at the Kingsbury Tournament on Saturday. But she said he was there supporting the Bulldogs.
"We are very thankful it was not more serious," she told the newspaper. "We are hoping for the best and taking it just one day at a time."
McComish tweeted that he was not seriously injured not long after the match Friday night.
"Just letting everyone know I'm fine! Stitches in my head," McComish wrote on his Twitter account, @comish69. "Gash on forehead and back of me head and little cuts from the glass nothin serious."
Bud Postma, Madison School District athletic director, said McComish attended class on Monday.
"The unfortunate accident that occurred on Friday was indeed a scary moment for everyone involved," he said in a statement. "We are thankful to report that (McComish) is recovering and is in school."
Bulgarian opposition leader escapes assassination attempt
Failed assassination on Ahmed Dogan (National Palace of Culture in Sofia) Live TV
The leader of Bulgaria's opposition Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Ahmet Dogan, escaped an apparent assassination attempt Saturday while addressing a party congress in Sofia, local media reported.
The attacker pointed a gun at Dogan, but was prevented from firing, according to the reports. While security wrestled with the attacker, Dogan was tackled to the ground by his bodyguards.
The party, which mainly represents the Turkish minority in Bulgaria, had called the convention to elect a new leadership. Dogan, 58, has led the party since founding it in 1990.
After taking part in the governing coalition, the party switched to the opposition following the 2009 elections, which were won by the conservative Gerb party of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
Following reports of the attack, Borisov ordered Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov to attend the Movement for Rights and Freedoms congress.