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I am not sure that this wasn't posted before but heard about this on the NESBA board

I will post it here. Normally would not do that but...anyway...I think that I had actually seen her at one of our track days here :(

Just has to make you think EVERY TIME YOU GET ON THE TRACK

 

http://tracktalk.nesba.com/showthread.php?t=6422

 

steve d

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I am not sure that this wasn't posted before but heard about this on the NESBA board

I will post it here. Normally would not do that but...anyway...I think that I had actually seen her at one of our track days here :(

Just has to make you think EVERY TIME YOU GET ON THE TRACK

 

http://tracktalk.nesba.com/showthread.php?t=6422

 

steve d

 

Very sad story to read...still can't figure out why they didn't use the yellow flag to slow everyone up and clear the track.

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There are a number of reasons they didn't have a flag, but it boils down to miscommunication. Even the story of bird vs. puck could be just some confusion to the story. I don't know how it makes a difference what was on the track. The point is that they didn't post a flag. We've had a number of incidences of something going out on the track or an accident and people not seeing it/paying attention. It's a sad story either way.

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