The motorcyclist, Seth Diechman, claims the car was to blame and didn't have any brake lights, according to a report.
"As soon as I rolled onto his trunk, he just hit the gas and took off," said Diechman. "I grabbed his spoiler with my hand and was banging on the rear window with my hand." The State Patrol is still sorting out the details of the crash, but Diechman says he's thankful to be alive and that he wants the spoiler from that car. "That was the one thing that saved my life that day," he said.