THIS is the shocking moment a superbike driver walked away from a horror high speed crash with barely a scratch.
Leon Haslam was flying around the corner when he lost control of his bike while preparing an overtake.
The incident took place at the Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Silverstone on Thursday morning.
During a practice session, his bike clipped the highside of the track which catapulted him into the air.
Haslam was travelling at such a speed that he flew over the track before landing on the grass verge out of view of the camera.
According to Bike Sport News, he miraculously escaped unscathed and spent just minutes in the medical centre before being told he was free to leave.
Haslam, from London, took to Twitter to write: "Ok after my huge crash at Silverstone in FP1, winded and skinned my finger but otherwise ok."
Onboard stills also captured the dramatic moment he came off his bike.
The team are now in a race against time to fix the bike before 3pm just in time for second practice.
Haslam, 35, is currently leading the World Superbike Championship.