> good way to look at it, for us anyway. he died at the top of his game, well
> he hit the wall doing 190, was unconscious when removed from his monte carlo
> and i don't think he regained consciousness. massive chest injuries.
> still can't believe it.
> three fatalities in one year. something's gonna change.
Well, this whole thing is not surprising since the racetrack is bordered
by a concrete wall.
Maybe they should learn from Formula 1:
A crash like Schumacher's in 99 in Silverstone
would have been deadly a couple of years ago, but he got out of it with
"only" leg injuries.
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