Just because they built it does not force anyone to get in a car and drive
over 200 mph on it....
Racers accept that risk!
People will continue to get hurt and killed as long as there is racing...
the perfectly safe track can't be built.
Again racers accept that risk!
When it comes down to it everyone has to die...I've lost parents to
cancer...going from an accident while living your dream is not all bad.
>There is no defense for superspeedways. Shit will continue to happen but
>we don't need to encourage it by building structures with hard obstacles
>inches away from cars that are doing way over 200 mph. Fontana is a
>virtually brand new venue and it still suffers from the same safety
>problems that all superspeedways suffer from. If you want to build safe
>superspeedays tear down the walls and give the drivers some runoff room.
>But no - that would ruin the experience for the fans who enjoy sitting
>on the outside of the turns so they can see all the grisly incidents
>close up. The track owners insist that the organizers are to blame by
>allowing the cars to run that fast but it is really their fault by
>constructing a popular nuisance.