The "Top Gear" (Tues., 9 p.m. ET on History) team took on truck racing Tuesday night.
Having beaten his co-hosts to win a spot in an actual truck race in California, Rutledge Wood got to race for real, but it nearly ended in tragedy. After taking a series of bumps at speed, Rutledge wiped out.
His truck flipped over several times before finally coming to rest on its roof. Adam Ferrara watched anxiously as the safety crew and medics attended to Rutledge. "It's not good," Adam said. "He's not standing up."
Thankfully, a battered and bruised Rutledge sustained only minor injuries. "How'd it look?" he asked Adam.
"It looked great ... we need another angle," joked Adam. "Can you do it again?"
"Top Gear" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on History.
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