A SuperUtes driver has produced an epic response to a horror rollover crash in a Supercars support race at Ipswich on Sunday.
In a chaotic start to the category’s third race of the weekend, Mick Sieders was fighting for the lead when he ended up off the road.
As he came back on track he collided with a rival and his Mitsubishi was sent flying.
It rolled several times and landed on its side leaning on a fence – after losing a wheel and parts from underneath.
Seiders squeezed his way out of the ute while holding the door open, but he couldn’t just slide down to the medical staff.
Perhaps thanks to adrenaline, the racer stood on a wheel and gestured to the nearby crowd to show he had escaped relatively unscathed.
No fans were injured in the incident as his car landed further down from where most were sitting.