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Old 08-22-2004, 02:10 AM   #16
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Join Date: May 2003
Location: Mississauga
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Re: Shannonville full track Aug. 21 pictures

Originally posted by Autotechnica
First off, let me just say that I hope the driver of the rolled over CRX survives and will recover. It is a most unfortunate incident. However, we all take a risk with our lives when we go out on the track and push our cars.

Drive safe! Wear a helmet! The driver was wearing a helmet, and the way the hood crushed down on his head, he would have died if he hadn't been wearing a helmet.

I heard he had a collapsed lung and broken neck. I just hope he pulls through.

Anyways, on to the pictures. I'm not much of a photographer, so bear with me. Anyone else who has pics or videos (even better!), please post them up!

The first half of the day was for a Porsche lapping day. So there were lots of nice Porsche race cars around, including a GT2 and GT3 with rollcages who later joined our lapping day as well!
just get back from hostipal and the guy is ok after finish the x-ray test and he doesnt has any major injury
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