A man who drove his van into two teenagers while they were camping in a field has been jailed for four years for the attack.
Benjamin Allerton, 25, told the group of youngsters they had "five seconds to run" before ramming their tent with his vehicle, York Crown Court heard.
Allerton, a landscape gardener, had initially been friendly with the group, who were partying in a field in the village of Barlby, near Selby in North Yorkshire.
But after he began chopping down trees for firewood and throwing petrol onto the campfire, the atmosphere changed.
The court was told a row ensued during which one of the group punched Allerton. He left the scene only to return half-an-hour later to "flatten the camp".
After ramming the tents, he drove at some of the campers. He struck a 13-year-old girl, causing her minor injuries, and ran over a 16-year-old boy, breaking his arm.
The judge said the girl still had flashbacks to the incident, which he described as "terrifying" for the youngsters.
The court heard Allerton was about twice the drink-drive limit when he was breathalysed the next day, but he denied being so on the night.
However, one member of the group described him as being "out of his head, falling over and slurring".
Allerton pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent and attempting to cause GBH with intent.
His defence barrister, in mitigation, explained how the father of two young girls had himself been the victim of a serious assault in York in 2009.
Doctors said he suffered from post concussion syndrome, and thought this may affect his behaviour.
Sentencing him, Judge Michael Mettyear told Allerton: "It makes me sad to see a young man like you in the dock, and I pass sentence with no pleasure at all.
"Your behaviour that day was initially pleasant, but became boorish. You were asked to leave but no doubt brooded over what happened and went back there angry, to flatten the camp."
Allerton was given an 18-month driving ban in addition to the four-year jail term.
Detective Sergeant Mandy Grundy from North Yorkshire Police welcomed the sentence.
She said:"What began as a fun, camping adventure for the teenagers, turned into a terrifying nightmare during which they were in fear for their lives.
"Allerton used his vehicle as a weapon to cause serious injuries, and it goes without saying that the consequences could have been much worse."