Townsville product Jack Miller has got to be not only the toughest rider out there, but one of the luckiest too.
The 22-year-old had a massive stack in the final practice of the French MotoGP action over the weekend.
The bike was a write off, but he got back on the spare to qualify in 11th, and finish in 8th- what a man!
Many viewers were shocked he was able to get back on the bike at all after a massive crash in the final practice!
Jack has since blogged about the experience on the Redbull website.
"I had some locking on the front through Turn 2, and when the tyre gripped I was heading for the inside barrier where there was grass, changing surfaces, the lot. The bike was headed straight for the fence and I had to make the split-second decision to get off it," recalls Jack.
"My knee was swollen up and I bashed my right hand pretty good, but I got the all-clear from the medical centre to do qualifying, and then crashed again at the last corner, luckily nowhere near as bad as the earlier one."
"I'm supposed to be testing at Catalunya this week, but I'll have to see how I pull up after this before I can commit to that – there's no surgery or anything I need to get, but the hand just needs time."
Clearly nothing can keep the NQ boy down, it's his 4th top 10 finish of the season, after 5 rounds.
Keep being amazing, Jack!