Top 10 crash videos of 2013

See the most impressive and scary crashes of the year. There was no shortage race action to choose from. Check out the top 10 crash videos of 2013 and vote for your favorite at the bottom of the page!

Video 1 - Eduardo Cisneros goes for the ride of his life at VIR.

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Video 2 - Alexandre Prémat comes crashing into an unsuspecting James Courtney. Be sure to watch the ultra slow-mo near the end.

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Video 3 - Alex Yoong loses the backend, kisses the armco breaking the suspension which sends him flying into the opposite barrier.

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Video 4 - Talladega. Trucks. Last lap. Need we say more?

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Video 5 - Luckily Kubica and his co-driver were uninjured, as well as the livestock on the side of the road...

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Video 6 - The crash heard around the world. Kyle Larson's infamous fence demolishing impact is still incredible to watch for the 78th time.

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Video 7 - Traffic can get pretty bad during rush hour in Baltimore, but during an ALMS race? Bumper to bumper!

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Video 8 - Drag racing crashes are never pretty.

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Video 9 - Another flying race car hitting the fence spewing debris everywhere. This crash ended Dario Franchitti's career.

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Video 10 - Young rookie Austin Dillon gets a taste for what it's like to fly at 'Dega.

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