Goose Creek airport (28A) in North Carolina was the scene of an odd sort of ultimate fighting contest between a Kitfox ultralight and an old Ford pickup on 3 March.
According to the NTSB preliminary report, the pilot/owner was attempting to land on Runway 4 that afterrnoon in "somewhat gusty" crosswinds. "The touchdown itself was not the best, as the the plane bounced," wrote the pilot "After the third bounce I decided to go around and try again."
Unfortunately, when he applied full power, he says the plane "veered left" and struck an unoccupied truck that was parked roughly 25ft to left of the runway.
"The plane spun around adn came to rest between the truck and the runway," says the pilot, who was uninjured. He stated in the report that the aircraft received damage to its frame, fabric and fibreglass cowl, as well as broken propeller blades and "destroyed" landing gear.
It's clear from a picture of the aftermath that both contestants won the battle - but lost the war.