And how foolish he had not buckled the passenger seat seat belt.
That could cause a lot of damage flying around like that.
Also his roll over bar would not do much to assist if he ended upside down. (His helmet should be a minimum of 2 inches under a line drawn from the top of the roll bar to the top of the front tyres. Anything above said line will probably disappear in a roll over and slide upside down
I've done a few track days and if you are not happy to leave your car in a pile at the side of the track do not put it on the track - the dangers are huge.
i had a crash at the pod doing a stunt show once & the good ol st johns came to help so i said i'd hurt my back so they grabbed my arms & pulled me to my feet then took my lid off ! it turns out i had only fractured my neck so that was ok :shake:
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