You had ONE JOB...

He's okay, btw. But the irony is just dripping all over the place.

Mark Reuss, who serves as the executive vice president of global product development at General Motors was driving the 2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1 pace car at the Detroit Grand Prix this weekend when he lost control of the vehicle and hit a wall. He and his passenger, IndyCar official Mark Sand, were okay.

The second leg of the race was delayed by 27 minutes.

Another pace car, driven by IndyCar veteran Oriol Servia, took its place.

We have a feeling that Mark Reuss's family is gonna be jabbing him for this one at the holiday dinner table for many years to come. It's only funny when nobody is hurt.