Last edited by Hunter; 03-07-2005 at 08:10 PM.
See...watchin' stuff like this sets me back a day or two when riding 'cause the mental picture is so disturbing (to me). I know it's reality but, damn...y did I watch it ?
i expect stuff like this on the race track...wrecks happen all the time out there...but that guy on the scooter just didnt stop fast enough...but what was he doing so close anyway?!?! should have been 10 feet back.
Did you watch the whole thing? You may have missed the climax.Originally Posted by Pinhy
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The scooter guy was lucky 'cause he was thrown clear. Imagine if he was simply run over...eeeew!
that is terrible, the guy who ploughed into the marshals was missing them but then changed apex and hit them, not a nice image to see
A result of not paying attention. Happens sometimes. Unfortunately, a couple of guys got seriously injured. Hate to see turnworkers injured like that. It is a TOUGH job, for basically no money.
Person or person's unknown.
Man, that is crazy. The original rider ended up running out there to assist the other guys!!!
Yeha, I noticed that. Having been a Safety Manager, all I can say is that it reminds me of the countless bad examples of people entering a confined space to "rescue" someone from an unknown hazard. It is estimated that 60 percent of confined space fatalities occur among rescuers.Originally Posted by SuzukiGirl1
Go to hell
Originally Posted by RowdyRed94
yeah...just ddint feel it necessary to go into detail about how "the workers getting hit isnt a normality". my overall theme was "at the tracks, accidents happen"